Kampuchea after Pol Pot

Australia, 1982

A still image from Kampuchea after Pol Pot

Shows the Kampuchean people’s will to survive and the progress they have made in rebuilding their shattered lives. Traces the operations of the Freedom from Hunger Campaign and the obstacles placed in the way by international politics. Narrated by Don Dunstan.

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