‘FREEDOM DEAL: The Story of Lucky‘, Camerado’s new supernatural historical drama set in Cambodia in 1970 during the US-Vietnam War’s ‘Cambodia Incursion’ – and told, strikingly from an Asian point of view – is now available on home use VOD on REELHOUSE.
Due to numerous ongoing worldwide requests, FREEDOM DEAL: The Story of Lucky, the first-ever dramatization of a never before seen intersection of Western-Asian history is now being made available on Home Use VOD (Video on Demand) simultaneous to its ongoing festival and academic/library circulation.
While the ideal environment for this striking genre-busting Asian movie remains the theatrical large screen (*see http://www.freedomdealmovie.com/ for screening schedules) a superb alternative for folks without access to the movie in a festival environment, or who don’t want to wait to see it, is available now on sparkling HD on REELHOUSE.
This unique Cambodian Southeast Asian multi-festival selected film is best seen in a group theatrical environment with full frame HD; so, check the ‘FREEDOM DEAL’ website at http://www.freedomdealmovie.com to keep an eye on screening dates as well.
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