What a wonderfully uplifting conclusion to Camp 32 with the reunion of childhood friends against all the odds. I didn't know that would happen and it brought a lump in the throat to watch this remarkable turn of events in what could've been an otherwise sad and depressing tale of Khmer Rouge brutality and loss. So happy for Hom and the survivors to reunite where so so many others could not, and for my best pal Sak to play a key role in making it happen. That guy can do just about anything he sets his mind to. A lovely film enhanced by the music of Krom, who wowed us with a live performance before the screening. The film, the music and the story's ending made it an exceptional afternoon. And thank you to the filmmakers for the name check in the end credits. I appreciate it.
|Krom wow the audience with a live performance|
|With Hom, on his journey to find himself|
Labels: Cambodia International Film Festival, Camp 32, Hom, Krom, Sak