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Shaken by its lengthy history as an international battleground (and then by the shift from a government-sponsored to commercial film industry in the late-1980s), Vietnam has nonetheless produced some extraordinary films in recent years, notably those by Tran Ang Hung, while drawing foreign producers with its lush natural beauty.
Genres / International / Asian / Vietnamese
AdriftSoon after her wedding, newlywed Duyen's excitement begins to fade as she realizes her young husband is not only sexually naïve but overly occupied by his job and doting mother. As her marriage goes unconsummated and her emotional isolation grows, she reaches out to her closest girlfriend, Cam, who secretly desires her, but...Start your free trial to watch
Buffalo BoySet in the lowlands of southern Vietnam, this powerful coming of age tale is a richly textured and stunningly visual reflection of the rhythms of daily life and culture determined by water. The flooded landscape serves to tell the story of the relationship between a father and son, the cycles of life and the inescapable flow...Start your free trial to watch
The Scent of Green PapayaAn Academy Award® nominee for "Best Foreign Language Film" and winner of the Camera d'Or at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival, Trần Anh Hùng's feature-length debut recreates antebellum Vietnam through both the wide eyes of childhood and the deep blush of first love. In 1951 Saigon, ten year old Mui (Lu Man...Start your free trial to watch