The true story of beloved Cambodian singer Ros Serey Sothea whose “Golden Voice” until her mysterious disappearance in the killing fields of Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge. There is a saying in Cambodia: Music is the soul of a nation. Perhaps no one embodied that spirit more than Ros Serey Sothea, a young woman who would forever change the landscape of Cambodian music as the Queen with the Golden Voice. From a humble rice farmer to nationally recognized singer, Sothea’s success captured the hearts of the Khmer people. As the Cambodian civil war raged, her career continued to flourish until the communist Khmer Rouge seized control. Gone but not forgotten, her legacy continues to inspire. The Golden Voice tells the story of Sothea’s life, developed alongside the surviving family who knew her, and accompanied by an interactive soundtrack.