The history of Cambodia's popular music scene is examined in this swingin', tune-filled documentary. Shortly after its independence in the early '50s, the country experienced a Renaissance, embracing Western culture at a rapid pace. But the looming threat of the Khmer Rouge soon crushed the country's rock and roll dreams. Despite the increasingly dark story--told by the few who survived it--Don't Think I've Forgotten stresses the healing power of music, even in the worst of times. FULL REVIEW:Musical documentary charts the sounds of love and war by Devin D. O’Leary (6/4/2015). 106 minutes Unrated.