Swimming To Cambodia (2003)
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Based on Spalding Gray's one-man Broadway presentation, this film is a mesmerizing account of Gray's experiences while playing a role in the 1984 film The Killing Fields. Gray's ramblings encompass such subjects as Southeast Asian politics, the availability of sex and drugs in the Third World, and New York City.
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Critic Reviews for Swimming To Cambodia
Gray is never too far from reminding you of your own self-indulgence, and that he also knows how he sounds.
Gray pulls together genocide, pleasure-seeking, military paranoia, filmmaking, and even an anecdote about rude neighbors to paint a coherent portrait of aggression.
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