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The Killing Fields

Sam Waterston, Haing S. Ngor, John Malkovich, Julian Sands, Craig T. Nelson, Spalding Gray
pentobarbital | Pentothal
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War correspondent Sydney Schanberg tells photographer Al Rockoff, "I want to be in a good mood." (0:04)

Al tells Sydney, referring to eggs, "Somebody told me they faint with fright when you cook them." (0:05)

His translator Dith Pran tells Sydney, referring to a Cambodian woman, "Her husband killed." (0:16)

Dith tells Sydney, "I’m worried." (0:19)

Dith: "Sydney, my wife is very worried." (0:24)

Doctor: "Pentothal, 150 milligrams, quick." (0:48)

A diplomat tells Dith and Sydney, "... they all appear to be equally nervous over losing power and control." (1:06)

Dith pretends tell Sydney how the new Angka party discusses "... a memory sickness diagnosed as thinking too much about life in pre-revolutionary Cambodia." (1:32)

Sydney tells a reporter, "Maybe what we underestimated was the kind of insanity that seven billion dollars worth of bombing could produce." (1:52)

His captor tells Dith, "My wife died for the revolution..." (1:59)