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Next Exit, Cambodia Town presented by Cambodia Town Film Festival

A vibrant and active community, Long Beach’s Cambodia Town has become the center for Khmer culture, and more than 30,000 visitors attend the Cambodian New Year celebration each year. Understanding that Cambodia Town is a Khmer hub for culture and commerce, Cambodia Town Film Festival presents these films which involve stories about family, migration, justice, and the human condition. These projects speak to the power of film to reach and inspire multiple audiences.


Cambodia Town Film Festival highlights the diversity of the Cambodian experience through the art of filmmaking. By specifically featuring films that deal with Cambodian social political conflicts, traditions, challenges, and characters, the Festival deepens Cambodian values, encourages new dialogue on a global scale, and powerfully speaks to the endurance and resurgence of Cambodian culture. For more information, please visit cambodiatownfilmfestival.com

Paulina, a 17 year old girl living in the Cambodian gambling community, struggles with her father and the realities of addiction.

  • Year
    2012
  • Runtime
    30 minutes
  • Language
    English, Khmer
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Caylee So
  • Cast
    Amy Pham, Drea Castro, Johnathan Nhean
  • Cinematographer
    David Rivera
  • Editor
    Frank Martinez
  • Production Design
    Amy Shirley
  • Sound Design
    Rockie Stephens
  • Music
    Lucas Zuniga