This play by Cambodian-American Jennifer Ka is about a mother and daughter who are unable to connect because the mother hides the pain of her past of the Khmer Rouge Genocide from her daughter. This is a past that the mother herself has not faced. Through the play, the playwright seeks to explore the reasons why there is a gap between the new and old generations of Cambodians.

Unspoken Word: Legacy of the Khmer Rouge Genocide

SKU: 050430
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    Documentation Center Of Cambodia

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