Thu 28 Dec 2017, 7.30 pm
Vietnam Feature Films Studio (VFS)
4 Thuy Khue, Tay Ho District, Hanoi
From the organizer:
“Yen’s Life” received the Silver Lotus award at the 19th Vietnam Film Festival in 2015 (including Best Actress in a leading role, Best Cameraman, best production design and best soundtrack). It also won top prizes at the 9th World Premieres Film Festival in the Philippines in 2016.
The film is a touching story about Yen, a lovely 10-year-old country girl who was forced to marry Hanh, a 9-year-old boy. Her life was subject to the ups and downs of her husband’s family. The film portrays the strong perseverance and virtue of Vietnamese women as well as the search for happiness.
With “Yen’s life”, Dir. Dinh Tuan Vu has successfully told a simple yet meaningful visual story about the lives of Vietnamese farmers before and after the 1945 August Revolution with a focus on the fate of Vietnamese women in the old days, their sacrifices and strengths in overcoming difficulties.
The film was released in 2015, duration 107 minutes and English subtitles;
Watch the film’s trailer:
Limit: 50 people
Contact: Film group, [email protected]
Motorbikes and Cycles
Parking fees @ the Studio – 5,000 vnd motorbike; 2,000 vnd for a cycle; 10,000 vnd for car
Your reservation is not confirmed until you receive our email.
Please arrive by 7.15pm latest to collect and pay for your ticket at VFS. As a courtesy to those on the waiting list – please cancel if you cannot come (phone 0948 057 157).
Reserved seating tickets are allocated on a first come – first served basis. We do not pre-book seating but if you come early, you can get one of the big comfy armchair seats.
Beer 20,000 VND per bottle
Bottle of water complimentary
In the alley outside the studios are number of good food stalls for you to enjoy a pre-film dinner.
Please note that full joining instructions, venue information and location of the viewing theatre will be sent to all those who RSVP a few days before the film