Swimming To Cambodia
Swimming To Cambodia (1987)

A performance by acclaimed monologue artist Spalding Gray is captured in this unusually sparse but effective concert film. Gray's main topic is his experiences playing a small role in The Killing Fields, which serves as a launching pad… More

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Rated: R
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DVD Release Date: September 30, 2003
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Cathy Burke
United Press International

It is both drama at its most entertaining -- and an enlightening peronal lesson in the history of America's involvement in Cambodia during the Vietnam era.

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Rob Gonsalves

Gray pulls together genocide, pleasure-seeking, military paranoia, filmmaking, and even an anecdote about rude neighbors to paint a coherent portrait of aggression.

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Adam Lippe

Gray is never too far from reminding you of your own self-indulgence, and that he also knows how he sounds.

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Dennis Schwartz
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A spellbinding witty rant.

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