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FilmCritic Review: Enemies of the People

FilmCritic:

Murder and massacre and mass depredation have always been part of human history, but the interest of survivors in meeting their tormentors is a relatively recent phenomenon. Cambodian journalist Thet Sambeth is in a class of his own, however, having spent most weekends of the past ten years interviewing Nuon Chea, second in command to Pol Pot, whose Khmer Rouge murdered Sambeth's father and older brother (along with nearly a quarter of the nation's population), and trying to find some sort of answer.

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