Film Screening at TPD

Film Screening at TPD

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Thu 19 Jan 2017, 7.30 pm
51 Tran Hung Dao Str, Hanoi

From the organizer:

Friends of Vietnam Heritage (FVH) would like to present to its members the screening of 4 very interesting films from TPD.

1, “Lam” by Nguyen Bao Chau

A journey back home, with tons of anxiety, of Lam – a son of the forest. Lam is no longer who he was when he left his homeland. In his homeland, where the people’s mindset is very simple and different, how will they accept Lam’s new character? How will Lam react towards his native land and his family?

2, “Grey lake, yellow corn, blue sky and white shirt” by Le Thi Hai Yen

The film is a tiny, lovely present by young directress Le Thi Hai Yen to her family. The working life of each member of the family is portrayed very vivid, cleverly integrated with life’s concerns for a better future.

3, “Vietnamese wooden houses: An unfinished love story” by Nguyen Trung Kien

The film follows the steps of Mr. Giang – an experienced artisan in constructing and maintaining Vietnamese wooden houses in antique style. The film does not only show the beauty of the houses, but it also honors those who are struggling to preserve traditional cultural values.

4, “House with 3 people” by Huong Vu

It’s a film about the family life of a mother and her kids. Even though her husband’s left, she decided not to remarry another man, but to take care of the kids herself. Her older kid also has to leave school to support his mom.

Cost: 150.000 VND
Limit: 160 participants
To reserve seats contact: [email protected]

Your reservation is not confirmed until you receive our email.

Please pick up and pay for your tickets on the evening of the event at the cinema ( 6.30 PM to 7:15 PM ). As a courtesy to those on the waiting list please cancel if you can’t come (phone 090 602 0960 or 090 347 5768).

Reserved seating tickets are allocated on a first come – first served basis.

We don’t pre-book seating but if you come early you can pick your favorite seats.


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