Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten

Feature Documentary Film

Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll is about the vibrant music scene that emerged in Cambodia in 1960s and 70s, that took Western music stood it on its head, creating a sound like no other.  But was then destroyed in 1975, when the Khmer Rouge began one of the most brutal genocides in history, killing 2 million people, singling out artists, musicians and singers.

Directed and Cinematography by John Pirozzi
Produced by Andrew Pope

 

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