This 2 Disc Special Edition DVD contains a 28 page illustrated booklet of essays on the film and over 6 hours of extra features, including:
- Looking For Vorn - In this emotional short film Sambath looks for evidence of his brother’s death with the man who ran the Khmer Rouge prison where Vorn disappeared.
- Sambath After The Arrest - Sambath’s heartfelt address to camera on the day Nuon Chea was arrested.
- Khoun Describes The Plan - Political commissar, Khoun, frankly describes the Khmer Rouge northwest zone leadership’s plan to eliminate the Khmer Krom people
- Map To Murder - Khoun and Suon recall the route back to the day in 1977 when they became murderers.
- Suon’s Extra Comment - One of the most talked about scenes in Enemies is the account of gall-bladder eating. Here Suon tells an even more shocking story. WARNING: MAY OFFEND SOME VIEWERS.
- Nuon Chea Uncut - Exclusive extended interviews with Nuon Chea available nowhere else.
Exclusive excerpts from our emotional and historic videoconference between perpetrators and victims of the Killing Fields.
A lavishly illustrated 28 page booklet features original articles by Thet Sambath and Rob Lemkin as well as an introduction by legendary Cambodia reporter Elizabeth Becker and a scholarly article on the videoconference by Sambath and Rob and Californian anthropology professors Susan Needham and Karen Quintiliani.
- The Cambodian Premiere also with cinema owner Nicolaus Mesterharm, Mu Sochua MP and former Cambodian minister.
- The London commercial premiere also with Lord David Puttnam Oscar™- winning producer of The Killing Fields.
- The US premiere, plus Thet Sambath’s speech accepting the Sundance World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Prize.
- Stranger Than Fiction, New York: also with Thom Powers, STF host.
- Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles: also with Liebe Geft, Director of the Museum of Tolerance and Chan Hopson, Killing Fields survivor.
- TEDx Phnom Penh: The inaugural Phnom Penh seminar in the prestigious TED series.between Khmer Rouge survivors and the killers featured in the film.
- Brother Number Two Says ‘Sorry’, Channel Four News, UK
- Sundance Inspirations, BBC World Service
- In The Can, Park City TV, USA
- Finding Humanity in Inhumanity. In this exclusive extended interview Rob Lemkin talks about making of Enemies of the People to filmmaker Geoffrey Smith for POV/American Documentary.
- Doc Talk, Rob Lemkin interviewed for the Documentary Channel.
- The music video for Encounters of the Evil Kind, by Cambodian-American rap sensation, praCh Ly, which samples music from the film.
- Two different directors’ commentary tracks, one with co-directors Thet Sambath and Rob Lemkin and another with Rob Lemkin and the film’s editor Stefan Ronowicz talking about the editing process and how they turned Sambath’s work into a movie.
- An optional Khmer language dubbed soundtrack.
- Subtitles in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Korean, Japanese, Traditional Chinese and Thai