Keep Saray HOme
Ghost Mountain (Preceded Keep Saray Home)
Directed by James Taing, Virginia Lynch
41 mins | Documentary | USA
Ghost Mountain is the story of Bunseng Taing, a Cambodian refugee who made his way to Connecticut in 1980 after surviving both the Killing Fields and a second horror never before documented. He was among 45,000 refugees who managed to escape to what they believed was safety in Thailand, only to be forced back over the Cambodian border in an area heavily infested with landmines.
Director's Bio: In his first ever produced film, James Taing is the son of the protagonist Bunseng who originally worked in Finance and Risk Banking. Determined to have his father's story heard, he has interviewed and documented the principal characters for last ten years.