It was a time when Phnom Penh was known as “the pearl of Southeast Asia.” Norodom Sihanouk, an accomplished musician himself, had made the arts a top priority, and music from as far afield as the U.S., France and even Cuba made its mark on Cambodia. At the world premiere of American filmmaker John Pirozzi’s documentary “Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock & Roll” on Saturday evening, scores of people crowded into Phnom Penh’s Chaktomuk Theater to watch the long-anticipated film about this “golden age” of Cambodian pop culture. “Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten” follows the evolution of
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