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The film covers a fascinating period in Cambodian politics, but clocking in at two hours and split into several uneven chapters, it's inefficiently organised.
For all its sombre revelations, 'A Cambodian Spring' exudes a powerful sense of possibility.
A heart-breaking account of the slow struggle of poverty, featuring local activists whose bravery is a humbling testament to the strength of these communities.
Events like these could very well happen on our shores, so it's worth it to pay attention.
This thoughtful documentary shines a light on the Cambodian activists resisting the unlawful actions of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Kelly has eye-opening access to the key players and there is some incredibly intimate, powerful and awe-inspiring footage.
Debut director Christopher Kelly gives us an intimate, visceral, eye-opening journey into the heart of an important story that feels like it needs to be told.
No resolution is offered, just pain and occasional victory. As such, this is a fitting film for an unequal world.
The immediate experience is exhilarating - especially in powerful moments like impromptu rallies or villagers banding together to protect Venerable Sovath from the religious authorities - but the overall one can feel a little muddled.
This is a slow-burn piece of investigative journalism: a grassroots exposé of how Cambodia's newly democratic government snaffled World Bank money.
Eye-opening and upsetting...
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