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The Museum of Tolerance invites you to a special screening of:
ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE
A Personal Journey into the Heart of the Killing Fields
A film by Rob Lemkin & Thet Sambath
Winner of over a dozen top documentary awards, including the Special Jury Prize at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Tuesday, October 19, 7:00pm
At the Museum of Tolerance
The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet what happened in the Killing Fields of Cambodia remained largely unexplained, until now.
IN ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who did the killing to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30 year silence to tell their stories.
ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE is a riveting film that takes audiences as close to witnessing evil as they ever are likely to get. It also is a very personal journey by journalist and filmmaker Thet Sambath whose family was wiped out in the Killing Fields, but whose investigative skills, patience and discipline elicits unprecedented on camera confessions.
Q & A with Rob Lemkin following the screening and a special opportunity to meet Thet Sambath who will join us via live audio feed.
No charge. RSVP required. Call 310.772.2526.
Free underground parking.
Please be considerate of our residential neighbors and make every effort to avoid driving through single-family residential neighborhood streets.