The Missing Picture
By Tea at Trianon on October 19, 2013
Unseen horrors of the Khmer Rouge. From The New York Review of Books: Panh was thirteen years old when the Khmer Rouge took power and brought his middle class life in Phnom Penh to an end, literally from one day to the next. He lost his entire family in the ensuing Holocaust but managed, miraculously, to survive himself and, when the Khmer Rouge fell, to move to France. . . .
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