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.