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The Road to Freedom (2010)

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The Road to Freedom tells the story of two Photo Journalists in Cambodia during the Khmer Rouge regime in the 1970s, who are trying to bring the world's attention to Cambodia about the Khmer Rouge.

Director:

Brendan Moriarty

Writers:

Margie Rogers (screenplay), Thomas Schade | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Joshua Fredric Smith ... Sean
Scott Maguire Scott Maguire ... Dana
Nhem Sokun Nhem Sokun ... Lim Po
Nhem Sokunthol Nhem Sokunthol ... General
Kanilen Kang Kanilen Kang ... Mean
Tom Proctor ... Francias
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hun Phach Hun Phach ... Khmer Rouge 2
Kheav Pomsen Kheav Pomsen ... Khmer Rouge 1
Ong Ritthy Ong Ritthy ... Khmer Rouge 8
Men Sophak Men Sophak ... Lim Po's wife
Sun Thaiheng Sun Thaiheng ... Khmer Rouge 7
Kheang Ty Kheang Ty ... Khmer Rouge 5
Sean Vandy Sean Vandy ... Khmer Rouge 3
Hunh Vitou Hunh Vitou ... Khmer Rouge 6
Chrem Vutha Chrem Vutha ... Chantha
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The Road to Freedom tells the story of two Photo Journalists in Cambodia during the Khmer Rouge regime in the 1970s, who are trying to bring the world's attention to Cambodia about the Khmer Rouge.

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some violence, sexuality and language
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Country:

USA | Cambodia

Language:

English | Khmer

Release Date:

30 September 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

12:02 See more »

Filming Locations:

Cambodia See more »

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Color
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Sean Flynn was the only child of the 1930s film stars Errol Flynn and Lili Damita. After his disappearance on April 6, 1970, his mother spent an enormous amount of money trying to find him but to no avail. She had him declared legally dead in 1984. She died herself ten years later on March 21, 1994. See more »

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Beautifully shot film
29 July 2011 | by filmgirlsfSee all my reviews

I saw this picture last year at the Hollywood premiere. The premiere itself was fairly star studded for an indie film, red carpet and Tippi Hedren. The film itself was shot beautifully and a great storyline adding to the mystery of what really happened to Sean Flynn.

I recently read the film will be coming out in theaters. Great film considering the director was only 20 years old when he shot this. Quite an achievement all around.

I thought it was cool that the director was able to get the Cambodian military to be extras and use their own issued machine guns. This film looks and feels like a multi-million dollar production you would see coming out of a large studio.


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