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Interview: Roland Joffé

published on 21 December 2011

'I'm fascinated by meaning and what the lives of people that I meet might mean in the long term.' Director Roland Joffé goes deep into his 1984 film The Killing Fields, his long lasting relationship with Cambodia, and existence itself.

'I'm fascinated by meaning and what the lives of people that I meet might mean in the long term.' Director Roland Joffé goes deep into his 1984 film The Killing Fields, his long lasting relationship with Cambodia, and existence itself.

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Guest:
Roland Joffé
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Special thanks to:
Lyman Carter, Pauline Moss and Julien Bidet, and all at the Marrakech International Film Festival

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