Camp 32 (2014)
1h 12min · Documentary, Adventure, History · 1 January 2014
Hom Chhorn has a young family and a comfortable life in suburban Melbourne, yet remains wracked by childhood memories of the atrocities he witnessed as a boy. At age 6, he was imprisoned at a remote site in rural Cambodia. There are no records of the labour camp where Hom bore witness to a daily succession of cruelty, starvation, disease and cold blooded executions. After 33 years, Hom returns to his former homeland to shed light on Camp 32. Hom crisscrosses the country searching for survivors and leads. Frustrated and no closer to finding Camp 32, he flags a taxi to take him to his father and brother's memorial stone. What happens next will change Hom's life forever.