Some 10 km from Samlout district in Cambodia’s Battambang province, the wooden house of Ky Siev Kim is hidden between farm plots. The house is only reachable via a long bumpy road and an old wooden bridge.
Siev Kim is the daughter of Kaing Guek Eav, better known as comrade Duch, the notorious former director of S-21, a prison used by the Khmer Rouge to interrogate and torture enemies of the brutal communist regime that ruled Cambodia between 1975 and 1979.
Just like her father Siev Kim is a convert to Christianity. “I just followed my dad. It’s like being a good child who listen to her parent’s orders,” she said while comforting her 8-month-old daughter.