Angelina Jolie, left, stands with ​author​ Loung Ung at the press event for ​Jolie's ​new ​ film, "First They Killed My Father,"​ in Siem Reap, Cambodia on Feb. 18​. (Photo by G​e​orge Styllis)

Jolie premieres film on Khmer Rouge horrors

Hollywood actress turned director portrays child’s eye view of Cambodia’s ‘killing fields’

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