In Naomi Iizuka's After a Hundred Years, an American journalist arrives in Phnom Penh, Cambodia having been granted a rare, career-making interview with a Khmer Rouge general accused of war crimes on the eve of his trail in front of a UN tribunal.
As the journalist grapples with the lies and truths of his subject, he becomes enmeshed in the life of an American woman married to a prominent doctor who has betrayed the ethical vows of his profession. In the shadows of these events moves a mysterious woman with surprising information about everyone's lives. As the characters' quests for truth intersect, they are drawn deeper into Cambodia's history and their own complicity in crimes past and present
After a Hundred Years, directed by Lisa Portes, performs in the Dowling Studio