Washington, DC – Four decades since the Khmer Rouge regime collapsed, survivors continue to search for justice for the crimes of its leadership. Daze of Justice, a documentary that follows a group of survivors as they journey back to Cambodia to face two of the regime’s senior officials, on trial for their crimes at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, was screened for the first time on US public television in March.
The film, produced by Michael Siv, himself a survivor, follows the group as they give testimony in Case 002 against Khieu Samphan and Nuon Chea, the last two remaining senior regime leaders.
Siv told VOA Khmer the film was dedicated to exploring what justice means to survivors of the regime.
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