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The Conscience of Nhem En Steven Okazaki.

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    Nham En was 16 years old when he worked as a photographer at the notorious Tuol Sleng Prison, also known as S-21, where 17,000 people were tortured and killed from 1975 to 1979. Of the thousands of men, women, and children who posed for him, Nhem En did not offer aid or a single consoling word. Today, he defends his part in the horror, stating that everyone would do what he did. Only eight people are known to have walked out of S-21 alive. Three of them tell their remarkable stories of survival. - from website.
    Format
    Video
    Published
    [Berkeley, CA] : Farallon Films, c2008
    Locale
    Cambodia
    Other Authors/Editors
    Okazaki, Steven.
    Agnew, Singeli.
    En, Nhem.
    Meng, Bou.
    Mey, Chum.
    Math, Chim.
    Farallon Films.
    Notes
    Filmed and edited by Steven Okazaki ; associate producer, location sound, additional photography: Singeli Agnew.
    Produced, directed, filmed, and edited by Steven Okazaki ; associate producer, location sound, additional photography: Singeli Agnew.
    DVD-R. May not play on some DVD players.
    Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary Short.

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    English
    Physical Description
    1 videodisc (26 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

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