717K views since it was posted on Aug. 2. For a film about genocide with an all-Cambodian cast that has already been screened in Cambodia. To put that number in perspective, War Machine's 1st trailer on the same Netflix channel had 1.3M views while the 2nd trailer had 576K views.
The silver lining in the controversy is the film received tens of millions of dollars in free publicity, raising awareness, interest and curiosity.
Based off the autobio by @GCVIloungung, #AngelinaJolie's #FirstTheyKilledMyFather comes to @Netflix on Sept 15. https://t.co/s3zflj1oWl— CAPE (@CAPEUSA) August 8, 2017
#JonSnow asks: what would YOU take if you had to flee? #GameofThrones hero Kit Harrington joins friends to support refugees. #WithRefugees pic.twitter.com/w7U2v9omeM— UN Refugee Agency (@Refugees) August 6, 2017
What They Took With Them
Cate Blanchett, Keira Knightley, Juliet Stevenson, Peter Capaldi, Stanley Tucci, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kit Harington, Douglas Booth, Jesse Eisenberg and Neil Gaiman perform a poem for refugees