“Imagine if your brother, son, husband went out to cover a war – to tell the truth of what was happening to innocent bystanders who cannot affect any change to the situation they are in – and while covering that war they disappeared. Never to be heard of again. Nothing for 41 years.
This is what happened in Cambodia in the early 70’s. Five years of war, four years of Pol Pot, ten years of Vietnamese occupation and then a landscape littered in land mines and UXO’s, meant that the missing media have disappeared from our thoughts – but not from the thoughts of their families and loved ones.
Tim Page has returned 50 times to Indochina trying to learn their fate. He has done this on his own dime and his own time. Now he needs help to get back. This is not a search for remains but a search to find the last living memories of the people that saw them, helped them and that possibly know their fate”.
Tim Page is a close personal friend. I know how much time he has spent on this — how important it is to him. Tim’s quest deserves to reach a conclusion, and in honor of that this film needs to be made.