Based on New York Times reporter Sydney Schanberg's relationship with native assistant Dith Pran in 1970s war-torn Cambodia. Gripping and realistic!
They were the sounds that defined a generation, from punk to Phil Collins to the Spice Girls....and they were all on Virgin Records. Sir Richard Branson founded the label in 1972 -- the first album was Mike Oldfield's haunting Tubular Bells. Branson grew the company into a powerhouse of the music industry, helping to usher in the progressive rock movement of the 1970s and new wave in the 1980s. But he sold the business to EMI for a billion dollars in 1992, partly to finance his airline.
The Killing Fields -- An American citizen is trapped in Cambodia during tyrant Pol Pot's bloody 'Year Zero' ethnic cleansing campaign, which claimed the lives of two million 'undesirable' civilians.
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Winner of 3 Academy Awards! A New York Times reporter and his Cambodian aide are harrowingly trapped in Cambodia's 1975 Khmer Rouge revolution. Sam Waterston, John Malkovich and Haing S. Ngor (Best Supporting Actor Oscar and Golden Globe winner) star in this shattering true story.
Winner of 3 Academy Awards! A New York Times reporter and his Cambodian aide are harrowingly trapped in Cambodia's 1975 Khmer Rouge revolution.
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