One Evening After the War Trailer

One Evening After the War Trailer (1998)

18 December 1998 110 mins

Set in the newly-pacified Phnom Penh, this film is about the return to civilian life of Cambodian soldiers.

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Chea Lyda Chan

as Srey Poeuv

Ratha Keo

as Maly

Peng Phan

as Srey Poeuv's Mother

Narith Roeun

as Savannah

International Titles

Un soir apres la guerre Trailer

រាត្រីមួយក្រោយសង្គ្រាម Trailer

International Releases Dates

Cambodia 18 December 1998

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