This documentary focuses on Cambodia's forced evictions, often without compensation, of the BK-13 women that live near the center of Phnom Penh. With still fresh and vivid memories of the years of Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge, Cambodians see land and property ownership as something worth dying for.
Cambodians new land laws have left some loose ends for Cambodians, especially with the implementation of those policies. The poorer property owners who are not likely to have strong documentation of ownership can easily lose their homes to corporations with an interest in gaining their properties. Often these forced and aggressive evictions are based on speculative real estate investments. Even worse, those relocated face poor living conditions.
For those Cambodians and journalists that recognize the injustice of the forced evictions and speak out, they often face unfounded criminal prosecution or death.