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One Evening After the War (1998)

Un soir après la guerre (original title)
After the end of the Cambodian Civil War, people in Cambodia struggled in their return to their normal lives. Among them is a kick boxer Savannah (Narith Roeun). A survivor of the war, who ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Chea Lyda Chan ... Srey Poeuv
Ratha Keo ... Maly
Sra N'Gath Kheav ... Le Meut
Peng Phan ... Srey Poeuv's Mother
Narith Roeun ... Savannah
Mol Sovannak ... Phâl
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After the end of the Cambodian Civil War, people in Cambodia struggled in their return to their normal lives. Among them is a kick boxer Savannah (Narith Roeun). A survivor of the war, who lost most of his family to the horrors of the Khmer Rouge, he lives with his uncle in Phnom Penh. Savannah begins a romance with a 19-year-old bar girl, Srey Poeuv (Chea Lyda Chan). She is humiliated by her debts to the bar's owner, and is forced to keep working. Savannah wants to help Srey clear her debt, so he teams up with an ex-soldier and plans a crime that could net him some money. Written by Theara

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16 December 1998 (France)  »

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War-torn Cambodia - undistorted view, full of hope -
16 September 2001 | by See all my reviews

A Cambodian soldier returns from war right into buzzling, dirty Phnom Penh . He has no money, shelter and girl, like most of the soldiers. He finds love, but in times of facing poverty, love becomes a thing you cannot aford. Camera-work and dialogues are great as in Neak Sre, the plot sometimes weakens. For what I like this movie, are the contrasts of love and hate, loneliness and family, hope and resignation. Ugly but also lovely. You have to see it, to feel it !


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