2 Disc Special Edition DVD

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This 2 Disc Special Edition DVD contains a 28 page illustrated booklet of essays on the film and over 6 hours of extra features, including:

An exclusive 29 minute featurette +

One Day At Po Chrey – Anatomy Of A Massacre. Sambath’s detailed investigation into the massacre that occurred in Po Chrey in 1975, including Nuon Chea’s response. Tuol Po Chrey is one of the principal killing sites in the trial for genocide of Nuon Chea and three other former Khmer Rouge leaders. Features interviews with four perpetrators.

Over an hour of Deleted Scenes +

  • Looking For Vorn - In this emotional short film Sambath looks for evidence of his brother’s death with the man who ran the Khmer Rouge prison where Vorn disappeared.
  • Sambath After The Arrest - Sambath’s heartfelt address to camera on the day Nuon Chea was arrested.
  • Khoun Describes The Plan - Political commissar, Khoun, frankly describes the Khmer Rouge northwest zone leadership’s plan to eliminate the Khmer Krom people
  • Map To Murder - Khoun and Suon recall the route back to the day in 1977 when they became murderers.
  • Suon’s Extra Comment - One of the most talked about scenes in Enemies is the account of gall-bladder eating. Here Suon tells an even more shocking story. WARNING: MAY OFFEND SOME VIEWERS.
  • Nuon Chea Uncut - Exclusive extended interviews with Nuon Chea available nowhere else.

Victims + Perpetrators = Survivors +

Exclusive excerpts from our emotional and historic videoconference between perpetrators and victims of the Killing Fields.

28 page illustrated booklet +

A lavishly illustrated 28 page booklet features original articles by Thet Sambath and Rob Lemkin as well as an introduction by legendary Cambodia reporter Elizabeth Becker and a scholarly article on the videoconference by Sambath and Rob and Californian anthropology professors Susan Needham and Karen Quintiliani.

Question and Answer Sessions with directors +

  • The Cambodian Premiere also with cinema owner Nicolaus Mesterharm, Mu Sochua MP and former Cambodian minister.
  • The London commercial premiere also with Lord David Puttnam Oscar™- winning producer of The Killing Fields.
  • The US premiere, plus Thet Sambath’s speech accepting the Sundance World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Prize.
  • Stranger Than Fiction, New York: also with Thom Powers, STF host.
  • Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles: also with Liebe Geft, Director of the Museum of Tolerance and Chan Hopson, Killing Fields survivor.
  • TEDx Phnom Penh: The inaugural Phnom Penh seminar in the prestigious TED series.between Khmer Rouge survivors and the killers featured in the film.

Television reports on the film +

  • Brother Number Two Says ‘Sorry’, Channel Four News, UK
  • Sundance Inspirations, BBC World Service
  • In The Can, Park City TV, USA

Extensive interviews with the directors +

  • Finding Humanity in Inhumanity. In this exclusive extended interview Rob Lemkin talks about making of Enemies of the People to filmmaker Geoffrey Smith for POV/American Documentary.
  • Doc Talk, Rob Lemkin interviewed for the Documentary Channel.

Music Video +

  • The music video for Encounters of the Evil Kind, by Cambodian-American rap sensation, praCh Ly, which samples music from the film.

The Theatrical Trailer

Directors’ Commentaries +

  • Two different directors’ commentary tracks, one with co-directors Thet Sambath and Rob Lemkin and another with Rob Lemkin and the film’s editor Stefan Ronowicz talking about the editing process and how they turned Sambath’s work into a movie.

Additional Language Options +

  • An optional Khmer language dubbed soundtrack.
  • Subtitles in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Korean, Japanese, Traditional Chinese and Thai