Cambodia, the rainy season. (1990)
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Reel №1 Cambodia, the rainy season
Documentary "Cambodia, the rainy season."
Cambodia, Phnom Penh.
Views of the city from the window of a moving car.
Attractions in Cambodia:
Ankor Wat, Khmer temple.
Mausoleum of Pol Pot, the leader of the "Khmer Rouge."
Mass graves of victims of the regime.
Photos of the Khmer Rouge in 1975.
Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh (many shots).
David Murphy, a tourist from Hong Kong, the non-interference in other countries in politics Pol Pot (synchronously).
Ieng Pe, the prisoner, Major "Khmer Rouge", about his service (synchronously).
Chum Bun Rong, head of the press department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cambodia - the regime of Pol Pot (synchronously).
Soldiers of the local police and militia, armed actions against the "Khmer Rouge."
Captured weapons (mortars, explosives, anti-tank missiles), the largest.
Map of Cambodia.
Thomas Lansner, an American journalist, of the fighting against the "Khmer Rouge"
Hospital in Siemriape.
Wounded and disfigured soldiers.
Interviews with the wounded and their families.
Farmer with oxen and a tank.
John Reis, a member of the organization "Doctors without Borders", the organization's mission in Cambodia (synchronously).
Port in Kompong Som.
Ships in the port.
Operate cranes, loading of goods in trucks.
Oleg Bondarenko, a Soviet specialist, for the supply of equipment from the Soviet Union in Cambodia
and his orphan, corruption and theft (synchronously).
Stalls with clothes.
Table with prices for basic foodstuffs.
Rows with grocery goods.
Highway, makeshift military posts.
The soldiers stopped the driver.
Chum Bun Rong, head of the press department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cambodia -
the absence of corruption in Cambodia and control employees (synchronously).
Workers push trucks with scrap metal.
Military scrap (many shots).
Chum Bun Rong of the Deserters (synchronously).
Thomas Lansner, an American journalist, of delaying the U.S. policy towards Cambodia;
arrests and dismissals in the country (synchronously).
River, water transport.
Types of Phnom Penh.
Ankor Wat, Khmer temple, bas-reliefs on the walls.
Culture and Arts; Towns and countries; Foreign policy; Social life; Defense and internal security; Wars, conflicts and disasters