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The | Story

ORHow we have changed

our own country

and defeated oppression

>>Explore the different chapters in a frame by frame journey

I.

The Cambodian National Rescue Party has birth from the two main opposition parties

II.

Mu Sochua starts campaigning in the countrysides with small groups of listener

III.

Building a constituency from zero

IV.

CNRP reprentatives carry on a door-to-door campaign

V.

CNRP face a limited access to national media

VI.

Spreading CNRP leasers to meet people all over the country

VII.

Representing marginalaized and remotest communities

VIII

Small community meetings organized in private and public spaces

IX.

Motto and songs to spread a message of change

X.

Songs are used as a mean to emotionally engage people awareness and pull them to freely express their desire of change.

XI.

The growing support of young volunteers and activists

XII.

Using DVD to overcome of TV broadcast

XIII.

Using public forums to get people together

XIV.

Leaders and people debating for change

XV.

A new way to make politic in Cambodia

XVI.

CNPR accused of representing a threat for the future of Cambodia

XVII.

Calling to stop massive Landgrabbing

XVIII.

Leaflets to announce civil war.

XIX.

CNPR represent propose the future of Human Rights

XX.

CNRP and poor people united by their exclusion

XXI.

Kem Sokha targeted with opportunely designed scandals

XXII.

The motto: RESCUE - SERVE - PROTECT

XXIII.

A message of change sent by a whole country

I.

Thirty years of fears and corruption

II.

The longest serving democratic leader in the world

III.

The International faim of a dictator

IV.

The unequal development of Cambodia

V.

The exploitation of foreigner companies on rural people and workers

VI.

Demonstrations repressed with violence and threats

VII.

Persecutions turn out in international support

VIII.

Peaceful protests repressed with fire

IX.

The civil society is awaken by the murder of a child

X.

The radio activist Mam Sonando accused of seccessionism

XI.

A quick-made trial to cover a scandal

XII.

US and France recall the respect of democracy

XIII.

The release of Sonando welcomed by hundreds of people

XIV.

Video Reports made by a monk with camera glasses

XV.

Sovath Luon, an awarded activits arrested for reporting governemtn violence

XVI.

The Boeng Kak Lake case mobilizes a lot of people in the capital

XVII.

A successful campaign lead by a simple woman

XVIII.

Arrests against songs and peaceful messages

XIX.

Yorm Bopha is recognized a prisoner of conscience.

XX.

Women and Youth are the main actors of demonstrations

XXI.

Youth calls for a brighter future

XXII.

Youth using Facebook for expressing their voices

XXIII.

Facebook to bypass the controls over media

XXIV.

A social and political revolution driven by people

I.

Kem Sokha covering the miss of the leader Sam Rainsy

II.

Rainsy an historical enemy of Hun Sen regime

III.

Facing charges and defamations

IV.

A democratic demostration repressed with a grenades

V.

Criminalized for defending the border of Cambodia

VI.

The missing leaders exiled in France

VII.

Taking the leader to its people by skype

VIII.

Sam Rainsy is the people of Cambodia

IX.

Rainsy kept far from his country

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An announced return despite all threats

XI.

The royal pardon in a strategic moment

XII.

The leader is back

XIII.

The greatest political gathering ever seen in Cambodia

XIV.

Rainsy not allowed to register for the elections

XV.

Rainsy lead a massive rally for the last electoral week

I.

28 July 2013: The Election's Day

II.

A record partecipation of 7 million

III.

More than one million names omitted from voting rolls.

IV.

Frauds and regularities powered by an unefficient administrative system

V.

Massive accuses of electoral irregularities

VI.

People attack the police during electoral proclaims

VII.

The winning CPP experiences anyway an historical defeats by losing 22 seats

VIII.

Million of people join violent demonstrations

IX.

CNRP rejects results and accuse massive frauds

X.

An international appel to launch election probe

XI.

Mass demonstrations against electoral results

XII.

Training people for peaceful demonstrations

XIII.

"Do, Min Do" means "Change or not Change"

XIV.

People of Cambodia still call for change

People think Cambodia is now a country in peace

because there is no war anymore

But no war doesn’t mean peace

Kem Sokha

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The Project’s Concept

It’s not justice only for my community

it’s for every community affected by development

everyone needs to understand their rights

so that the government has to take notice

Tep Vanny

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The | Protagonists

A unique story

of political changes

and cultural development

driven by the people.

There is total impunity in Cambodia. I have counted the colleagues and supporters who have been arrested, tortured, beaten – those that have had their lives taken away. No convictions have ever been made and no investigations have ever been started.
Under those circumstancesjust being alive is already an achievement.

But this is an unprecedented situation in Cambodia because the political landscape has changed dramatically, the balance of power has changed dramatically. We are in a unique position to exert our influence to make our country move toward a more democratic system.

(Sam Rainsy)

The government should be careful about putting people in prison

people will no longer fear prison

and they may rally for a regime change

it is possible that a regime change may happen

Mam Sonando

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The | Authors

When we started

we didn’t have any expectation

it was all about telling a good story

It took us a while to realize it

the history was passing in front of us.

Our Numbers

28

hrs of video

2500

photo shoots

430

days of work

15

desks used

>7k

km traveled

3,125

words written

6

people enrolled

12k

lines programmed

The challenge here is the culture of fear

which is a legacy of the Khmer Rouge

now manipulated by the ruling party

Mu Sochua

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Story Script

Davide Grotta
Emanuele Cidonelli

Video/Photos

Davide Grotta

Local Support

Sotheary Tum
Ratt Rott Mony

Video Editing

Emanuele Cidonelli

Photo Post

Massimo D'Aleo
Davide Grotta

Web Development

Emanuele Cidonelli

Subtitles Editing

Vincenza Malandrino

Translations

Maria Cidonelli
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Hun Sen and his illegal government can hear us

they can’t ignore us

the people show their will for Change

Sam Rainsy

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