The Red Sense (Vignean Krohom Khmer: វិញ្ញាណក្រហម) is a 2006 Khmer-Australian supernatural thriller film. It was director Tim Pek's debut film and was produced by Transparent Pictures. The success of The Red Sense led Transparent Pictures to produce films such as Bokator and Annoyed. The Red Sense was first released in Australia in August 2008, and though banned for general release there, screened in Cambodia in December that year. It is rated M (Recommended for mature audiences) by the Office of Film and Literature Classification of Australia.

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  • The Red Sense (Vignean Krohom Khmer: វិញ្ញាណក្រហម) is a 2006 Khmer-Australian supernatural thriller film. It was director Tim Pek's debut film and was produced by Transparent Pictures. The success of The Red Sense led Transparent Pictures to produce films such as Bokator and Annoyed. The Red Sense was first released in Australia in August 2008, and though banned for general release there, screened in Cambodia in December that year. It is rated M (Recommended for mature audiences) by the Office of Film and Literature Classification of Australia. (en)
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  • One of eight theatrical posters
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  • Tim Pek
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  • Robert John Sky
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  • Tim Pek
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  • Kaply Mon
  • Sarina Luy
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  • Rithy Dourg
  • Tim Pek
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  • The Red Sense (Vignean Krohom Khmer: វិញ្ញាណក្រហម) is a 2006 Khmer-Australian supernatural thriller film. It was director Tim Pek's debut film and was produced by Transparent Pictures. The success of The Red Sense led Transparent Pictures to produce films such as Bokator and Annoyed. The Red Sense was first released in Australia in August 2008, and though banned for general release there, screened in Cambodia in December that year. It is rated M (Recommended for mature audiences) by the Office of Film and Literature Classification of Australia. (en)
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  • The Red Sense (en)
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