Nhat Ha comes to Higashikawa to find her father and accidentally meets Akira. They gradually form an unlikely bond through the language of 35mm film photography. Unfortunately, she does not know that Akira is hiding her a secret.
The re-enactment of the long dress (ao dai) era in 1960s, Saogon, thought to be the heyday of traditional Vietnamese costumes. Interwoven into that transformation in fashion and style of ... See full summary »
Buu Loc Tran
Ninh Duong Lan Ngoc,
Linh, the recipient of a heart transplant, begins having nightmares and visions leading to a house in the remote countryside. She begins to believe that the previous owner of the heart, a ... See full summary »
France employs local secret agents in Vietnam 1922 to eliminate resistance. The rebel leader's pretty daughter gets captured. Later an agent seems to have fallen in love with her and helps her escape. He flees, too. Lots of martial arts.
Mrs. Dai, a 70-year old grandmother, suddenly finds that she has been transformed into her 20-year old self. Her old fashioned sense of style and manners cause some trouble, but falling in love could be the biggest problem of them all.
HA, a Vietnamese young woman, comes to Higashikawa for the first time to find her father. She accidentally meets AKIRA, a Japanese photographer, and finds out that her father has passed away years ago. She asks AKIRA, who was inspired by her father in using 35mm film camera, to bring her to her father's most favorite places in town.
I just couldn't handle more than 10 minutes of this movie which is called "will change the indie film industry in Vietnam". Well, it won't. Honestly, I truly appreciated how hard the team tried, but it just not enough to make it a good movie.
In general, this movie reminded me a thing: "before thinking about good design & cool visual, restaurant firstly need TASTY dishes"
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