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Golden Slumbers 金映歲月

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柬埔寨電影曾經蓬勃鼎盛,卻隨赤柬政權於1975年展開大屠殺而零落殆盡,本片是獻給那段輝煌歷史的輓歌。當時國內戰火頻仍,電影業土崩瓦解,戲院及影片拷貝片瓦無存,許多電影人慘遭囚禁和殺害或流亡。於1960至1975年間製作的數百部電影中,只餘幾十齣避過浩劫,存留至今。導演周戴維的外公是柬埔寨電影黃金時代的著名監製,他在此作品中拼合數代人的記憶,回顧遺落的往事,走訪現已面目全非的地方,憑藉舊廣告、聲帶及口述歷史重現他們的流金歲月。


Golden Slumbers is a tender tribute to the once-flourishing Cambodian film industry, which vanished with the Khmer Rouge’s genocidal purge beginning in 1975. As the country became consumed by war, the industry collapsed, cinemas and films were destroyed, and industry leaders were imprisoned, killed, or exiled. Of the hundreds of films made between 1960 and 1975, only a few dozen have survived the regime and still exist today. Davy Chou, the grandson of one of the most important film producers of this golden age of Cambodian cinema, pieces together the generational memories of a lost period, revisiting some of the now-shuttered spaces and resurrecting their heyday through advertisements, soundtracks, and oral histories.

  • Year
    2011
  • Runtime
    100 minutes
  • Language
    Khmer, French
  • Country
    France, Cambodia
  • Note
    中英文字幕 With Chinese and English subtitles
  • Director
    周戴維 Davy Chou