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Review: Have a Nice Day and Angkor Awakens (VIFF 2017)

With the 2017 Vancouver International Film Festival in full swing, ILT is teaming up with Set The Tape to bring you coverage of the weirdest and best releases.

Continuing the East Asian theme, today we have Liu Jian’s bluntly satirical examination of modern China, Have a Nice Day, and Robert H. Lieberman’s brutally frank documentary, Angkor Awakens: A Portrait of Cambodia

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