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Title The Angkar 1981, 1981.

Published Marlborough, Wiltshire : Adam Matthew Digital.

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Physical description online resource (video file 1:31:20) : Sound, Colour.
Series The Vietnam War & Southeast Asia.
Wars & Revolutions.
Socialism on Film.
Notes Archive Reference: N-504026.
Credits Contributors: Heynowski, Walter; Scheumann, Gerhard; Hellmich, Peter; Donth, Horst; Goldner, Winfried; Goldner, Winfried; Wischnewski, Traute; Wischnewski, Traute; Martsch, Walter; Michel, Robert; Polentx, Wolfgang von; Ul Kong, Sam; Sacher, Ruth; Pheby, John; Peet, John; Radtke, Ilse; Stockigt, Siegfried; Berger, Manfred; Schwarz, Eberhard; Remmert, Mathias.
Production Company: Studio H & S.
Summary Solemn documentary exploring the treatment of internees at Tuol Sleng prison in Cambodia during the regime of Pol Pot. [WARNING: distressing content and graphic images featuring the corpses of prisoners and children.]. Featuring footage of political leaders and the empty prison, the film includes dozens of photographs of prisoners before and after torture, and shares official explanations of deaths from ledgers kept by guards. Interviews with some of the prison's seven survivors paint a vivid picture of conditions. The film is highly critical of the relationship between Cambodia and China, and the regime's use of symbols such as the hammer and sickle, and compares images of Cambodian prisoners to Jewish victims of Nazi concentration camps. Other footage includes interviews with a high-ranking Angkor member, Ieng Sary, and the CIA official Ray S. Cline.
Original Version Reproduction of: GDR (German Democratic Republic), 1981. 35mm Comb col pos.
NOTES The British Film Institute.
Notes Description based on online resource (viewed on 17 October, 2017).
Other author Heynowski, Walter, director.
Scheumann, Gerhard, director.
Heynowski, Walter, Script.
Scheumann, Gerhard, Script.
Hellmich, Peter, Camera.
Donth, Horst, Camera.
Goldner, Winfried, Special Effects.
Goldner, Winfried, Camera.
Wischnewski, Traute, Special Effects.
Wischnewski, Traute, Film Editor.
Martsch, Walter, Graphic Designer.
Michel, Robert, Script editor.
Polentx, Wolfgang von, Script editor.
Ul Kong, Sam, Translator.
Sacher, Ruth, Translator.
Pheby, John, Translator.
Peet, John, Translator.
Radtke, Ilse, Editor.
Stöckigt, Siegfried, Music.
Berger, Manfred, Sound.
Schwarz, Eberhard, Sound.
Remmert, Mathias, Production Manager.
Studio H & S, production company.
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm), digitiser.
Subject Anti-Chinese sentiments.
Children.
Political prisoners.
Prison camps.
Prisons.
Prisoners.
Torture.
Photography.
Death.
Civilian deaths.
Interrogations.
Communism.
Communist Party (Kampuchea)
Second World War (1939-1945)
Assassinations.
Holocaust.
Experiments.
Marxism.
Leninism.
Mass murder.
Genocide.
Army.
Wars.
Marxism-Leninism.
Cambodia (Kampuchea)
Tuol Sleng.
Phnom Penh.
Berlin.
Germany.
Vietnam.
Laos.
Pol Pot (1925-1998)
Ho Chi Minh (1890-1969)
Ieng Sart (1925-2013)
Khieu Samphan (1931-)
Mao Zedong (1893-1976)
Sơn Ngọc Minh (1920-1972)
Cline, Ray S. (1918-1996)
Documentary.
Post-1975.
Internet videos.
Nonfiction films.
Variant Title Socialism on film : the Cold War and international propaganda, 1917-1989 1936-1985.