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Buoyancy

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Synopsis

Buoyancy is the stunning, multi-award-winning debut film of Australian writer-director Rodd Rathjen, which tackles a subject very few people know about.

Tired of toiling in the rice fields, 14-year-old Chakra (a magnetic Sarm Heng) leaves Cambodia in search of a Bangkok factory job. After paying smugglers to ferry him over the border, the boy is instead traded to a seafood trawler where violence and murder are a routine occurrence, all under the watch of ruthless and sadistic captain Rom Ran (Thanawut Kasro).

Release Date 26 September 2019
Running Time 1hr 32m
Rating M | Mature
Cast Sarm Heng
Director Rodd Rathjen

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