Directed by Davy Chou
France, Cambodia. 2014. In Khmer with English Subtitles.
Starring Kun Sotha, Neang Kavich, Vann Sothea.
This film precedes the feature documentary film "Don't Think I've Forgotten: Cambodia's Lost Rock and Roll."
"On Diamond Island in Phnom Penh, the centre of modern Cambodia, two friends tell each other what they dreamt last night. Sotha was told how to teleport to the future; it's all about the exact time, place, music and movements, and wearing the right colour pyjamas."
- World Premiere, 2014 Directors' Fortnight Cannes, France
- 2014 International Film Festival Rotterdam, Netherlands
- 2015 CAAMFest, San Francisco, USA
- Nominated, Best Southeast Asian Short Film, 2014 Singapore International Film Festival
Meet the Filmmaker
Davy Chou is a French-Cambodian filmmaker and the grandson of Van Chann, one of the greatest movie producers in Cambodia in the ’60s and ’70s. Chou has completed two short films, Davy Chou’s first film and Expired, the latter of which was selected for the International Film Festival Entrevues de Belfort 2008. Chou has also been active in organizing new cinema production in Cambodia.
Golden Slumbers is his first feature, and screened at the 6th San Joaquin International Film Festival in January 2013.
Sun., August 2, 2015 at 1:00 PM
Central Valley Premiere
Janet Leigh Theatre, Stockton
Narrative Short Film
Director: Davy Chou
Script: Davy Chou
Producers: Sylvain Decouvelaere, Jacky Goldberg
Cinematographer: Thomas Favel
Editor: Laurent Leveneur
Music: Jérôme Harré