Bophana Audiovisual Resource Center
Documentary / 55’ / 2012
San Pattica is a mixed Cambodian-Cameroonian son whose father came to work in Cambodia in 1992-1993, a period of the first Cambodia election after the Khmer Rouge regime collapsed. Since his parents left home for many years, Pattica was raised by his grandmother. Challenge and difficulty in his family forced his grandmother to bring Pattica to study and live in an orphanage in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. Pattica has become more interested in knowing about his own identity since he is a victim of discrimination in his daily life.
Production: Bophana Production / Bophana Center / Vesoul Film Festival of Asian Cinema
With the support of: DocNet Southeast Asia / Cambodia Film Commission
Festivals: Vesoul Film Festival of Asian Cinema (France) / Lincoln Center (NYC, USA) / IDFA (Amsterdam, NL)