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រោងភាពយន្តហេមជាតិសាងសង់ក្នុងសម័យសង្គមរាស្រ្តនិយម ប្រហែលកំលុងឆ្នាំ១៩៥០(ពុំទាន់មានឯកសារណាបញ្ជាក់ច្បាស់ឆ្នាំឡើយ)។  រោងភាពយន្តនេះធ្លាប់មានម្ចាស់ជាផលិតករភាពយន្តខ្មែរដែលល្បីល្បាញម្នាក់ឈ្មោះ លី ប៊ុនយីម ហើយយោងតាមវីដេអូឯកសារ Golden Slumbers លោកក៏បានរៀបរាប់ពីរោងភាពយន្តនេះថាមាន កៅអីអង្គុយប្រហែល ១០០០ កៅអី ទាំងជាន់លើ និង ជាន់ក្រោម។ រហូតដល់សម័យប៉ុល ពត រោងភាពយន្តនេះត្រូវបាន បោះបង់ចោល បន្ទាប់ក្រោយបែកពីសង្រ្គាម ឆ្នាំ ១៩៧៩ វានៅតែបន្តបោះបង់ចោល។ ជាបន្តបន្ទាប់ក្រោយមក ជនក្រីក្រ ក៏បានមកធ្វើទីជម្រកក្នុងរោងភាពយន្តនេះ ដែលក្នុងស្ថានភាពដក់ទឹកនៅខាងក្នុង ហើយរហូតមកដល់សព្វថ្ងៃ ជនក្រីក្រទាំងនោះនៅតែបន្តរស់នៅ ក្នុងស្ថានភាពកខ្វក់ខ្លាំង និង ក្លិនស្អុយឆ្អាបខ្លាំង ដែលពិបាកនឹងពណ៌នាក្នុងការរស់នៅក្នុងស្ថានភាពបែបនេះ។ នៅជាន់ផ្ទាល់ដីជាកន្លែង ផ្ញើរម៉ូតូឯកជនមួយ។ចំណែកផ្នែកខាងក្រៅរោងភាពយន្តនេះយើងនៅអាចចំណាំថាវាជារោងកុនចាស់ ដោយសារយើងអាចឃើញអក្សរនៅផ្នែកខាងលើថា ហេមជាតិ។

Hemakcheat Cinema

Hemakcheat Cinema was built during 1950s in Sangkum Reatr Niyum Era( No clear document wrote in which year). This Cinema used to own by one of the well-known Cambodian filmmaker, Ly Bun Yim. According to the documentary film “Golden Slumbers” by Chou Davy, Hemakcheat had about a thousand seats including the seats on the balcony. During Khmer Rouge regime it was abandoned . Since 1979 until nowadays, it has housed for many low income people who moved into the building for settlement. Today, we can see there are piles of rubbishes inside and outside the building. Therefore, there is stronger smells mingled with foulest odors possible. On the ground floor now is used for a small private motorbike parking lot. Nowadays we can recognize the theatre by its exterior feature, because we can see the name of theatre written that Hemakcheat in Khmer and Chinese name below also. Hemak means gold, and cheat means sin.

Along Street 130 were some of the biggest and best-known cinemas in Phnom Penh during the 1960s, the ” Golden Age of Cambodian Cinema “. One of Those well-known cinemas, the Hemakcheat, was one of the most outstanding cinemas during that period. The Cinema was built in the 1960s and has a box-shaped front. Film director Ly Bun Yim, the former owner of the cinema, recalls: ” Bun Sun, the former owner, had planned to have a restaurant on the ground floor and the cinema on top of that, but his plan did not work out.” presently, the people living in the buiding use the  restaurant space as a parking lot. “below the cinema logo, there was a huge space for hilm posters of the films that we were showing,” Ly Bun Yim adds. Today, this place is a slum with hundreds of inhabitants who have taken informal residence there.





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