Eating garbage, dodging police, and hitching rides with strangers, award-winning Chinese filmmaker Nanfu Wang shares the streets with a young drifter named Dylan who left a comfortable home... See full summary »
The re-enactment of the traditional dress (ao dai) era in 1960s, Saigon, thought to be the heyday of traditional Vietnamese costumes. Interwoven into that transformation in fashion and ... See full summary »
Buu Loc Tran
Ninh Duong Lan Ngoc,
Van Veronica Ngo
A group of friends make a bet to see who can survive camping on an island for a night. Unbeknownst to them, a strange creature lurks throughout the night terrorizing their every move, and sound is their biggest enemy.
I've become so tired of the Hollywood hype, the perfect American Dream always being pushed in American films. I've been watching a lot of foreign films lately and have to say that this was one of the really good ones. I absolutely enjoyed the action and the difficult livestyle depicted was much more relatable. Human trafficking is a huge problem and it's good to have movies that bring attention to the pure horror of it all. I will certainly be looking out for more Vietnamese films. Thank you from South Africa.
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