|Tues 4th February||7.45pm|
Dir. Rithy Panh, Cambodia/France, 2013, 92 mins
‘Rithy Panh uses a mix of documentary techniques and claymation to look at the agonies visited on his homeland by the Khmer Rouge. Panh recalls life in a Kampuchean re-education camp in this deeply affecting mix of monochrome archival footage and charmingly stylised animation. Raising fascinating questions about remembrance and representation, this is a work of artistic audacity and devastating power.’ David Parkinson, Empire ****
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