One of the year's best documentaries. Sambath's refinement in revealing the tragedy and epic brutality of Cambodia's killing fields makes the story all the more shocking and heartbreaking. You must see this movie!
Like Chillingworth's investigations of the minister Dimmesdale in Hawthorne's "Scarlet Letter," Sambath's conversations with Brother Number 2 and other killers aren't just reporter's interviews. They're attempts to cleanse and purge the heart.