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Mak Remissa – Left Three Days


In 1975, when the Khmer Rouge entered Phnom Penh, Mak Remissa was 5 years old. Like all the other inhabitants of the capital, he is evacuated from Phnom Penh, which will remain empty – except for a few employees in the ministries – until in 1979 the Vietnamese troops recovered the city. The new masters, often very young people, dressed in black, push people to take very few things since they were supposed to leave “only for three days” (Left 3 days). For the first time, the photographer who lost a large part of his family in the genocide, and...

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