Saturday afternoon, the Center for Southeast Asian Studies put on a screening of Dr. LinDa Saphan’s documentary “Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll,” a film that focuses on the many stories of Cambodia’s biggest rock stars of the pre-Khmer Rouge era.
“Imagine, tomorrow, you’re not allowed to listen to Beyoncé anymore,” said Saphan, an associate professor of sociology at the College of Mount Saint Vincent. “Tomorrow, all this is gone.”
Saphan’s documentary details a situation of the same effect.
In full: https://northernstar.info/99750/lifestyle/dr-linda-saphans-documentary-focuses-on-the-stories-of-cambodian-musicians/