Long Beach hipster wannabe Sovanna receives a cryptic letter from Cambodia claiming that her long-lost brother and sister are still alive. Ditching her dead-end lifestyle and alcoholic ... See full summary »

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Sophea Pel ...
Sovanna
Lida Lang ...
Reaksmey
Polo Doot ...
Munny
Jonathan Nhean ...
Father
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Blake (as Bryan Jackson)
Sok Sothun ...
Kosal
Arn Chorn-Pond ...
Drunk Man
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Artsy Girl
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sopha Chou ...
Vibol
Sreyna Hai ...
Hairdresser
Keam In ...
Doctor
Soly Laing ...
Rich Woman
Dee Ledbetter ...
Drunk Woman
Aaron Logan ...
Sound Guy
Sithary Ly ...
Auntie
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Long Beach hipster wannabe Sovanna receives a cryptic letter from Cambodia claiming that her long-lost brother and sister are still alive. Ditching her dead-end lifestyle and alcoholic father, Sovanna travels to her birthplace alone to seek out her two siblings who disappeared during the civil war 20 years earlier. With guidance from a quirky motorbike driver named Munny, Sovanna launches her search into the dark corners of Cambodia. Upon discovering a girl who may or may not be her real sister, Sovanna is ensnared into an increasingly dangerous situation, pitting her in a tug-of-war between her own personal safety, and her compassion for a stranger. Written by Anonymous

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The past called her back home.

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Kind of trite. Bad representation of Kampuchea
24 January 2013 | by (Bangcok Thailand) – See all my reviews

When I heard that a movie was being made about Kampuchea, I thought that it would show our country correctly. Instead, we have a movie that shows the country as if it is a mean and scary place.

It is important for people to understand that Kampuchea is the strongest country and isn't a bad place or a place with stupid people. There is strong industry but it seems that the film maker just wanted to talk about some girl and her home coming to a place that doesn't really even exist. Also I am not sure that the first act was really strong enough and the pacing was a bit off.

Pol Pot would be ashamed of this awful film.


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