The Road to Freedom (film)

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The Road to Freedom
Film poster
Directed by Brendan Moriarty
Produced by Brendan Moriarty
Patrick Moriarty
Screenplay by Thomas Shade
Margie Rogers
Starring Joshua Fredric Smith
Scott Maguire
Music by Austin Creek
Cinematography David Mun
Edited by Sean Halloran
Margie Rogers
Bajan Vista Production Endocom
Distributed by Creative Freedom
Release date
  • April 27, 2010 (2010-04-27) (Cannes Film Festival)
  • September 30, 2011 (2011-09-30) (US: limited)
Country United States / Cambodia
Language English / Khmer
Budget $1M

The Road to Freedom is a 2011 War/Drama film directed by Brendan Moriarty in his directorial debut. The film is inspired by the true-life story of photojournalist Sean Flynn, the son of Errol Flynn, who disappeared with fellow photojournalist Dana Stone in Cambodia in 1970. Joshua Fredric Smith portrays Sean while Scott Maguire portrays Dana.

The world premiere at the Cannes Film Market was on the April 27, 2010. It was Released in Theaters in the US Sep 30th 2011 and was given Rated R by the MPAA.

The Director Cut "THE ROAD TO FREEDOM:YEAR ZERO (film) was released in Aug 2016 for Digital & DVD WORLDWIDE by Bajan Vista Productions Ltd.

[1] In July 2011, Creative Freedom acquired the United States distribution rights and released the film on September 30, 2011.[2]


Two photojournalists, Sean (Joshua Fredric Smith) and Dana (Scott Maguire), brave the jungles to get their story of war-torn Cambodia in 1970 when they are captured by Khmer Rouge guerrillas.[2]


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