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Last Night I Saw You Smiling

English Title
Last Night I Saw You Smiling
Name of Festival
International Film Festival of Rotterdam, Netherlands
Festival Country
Netherlands
Festival Month
January
Festival Year
2019
Jury Members

Ms. Diana Ashimova (Kazakhstan) – ©, Clarence Tsui (Hong Kong), Sang-Yong Lee (South Korea)

Award
NETPAC Award
Original Title
Jiao qu de niao
Director
Kavich Neang
Director's Country
Cambodia
Production Countries
Language
Khmer
Region
South East Asia
Format
Duration
75
Aspect Ratio
Year of Production
2,019
Tint
Colour
Title
Citation

for its polished technique and a poised representation of how people confront changes in a society under transformation.
Statement of the Jury:
Putting people in front of politics, this visually poised and polished documentary is a brave attempt in revealing the collapse of a society undergoing drastic transformation. At once specific in terms of the place it is set in but also universal in its reflections of how disfranchised people confront the past and the present, the filmmaker invites the

Print Source

Anti Archive

Synopsis
"Kavich Neang documents the final days of the White Building in Phnom Penh, an architectural landmark he had lived in since birth. "You'd think a house is nothing but walls, windows and roof. But now we have to leave, it’s breaking my heart."
Film Website
http://www.antiarchive.com/lastnightisawyousmiling.html
Count
1
Count Fest
1


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