The future cries beneath our soil. Trailer from Pham Thu Hang on Vimeo.
Film Mùa Cát Vọng / THE FUTURE CRIES BENEATH OUR SOIL directed by Pham Thu Hang and produced by Jewel Maranan will have its premiere tomorrow at DMZ 국제다큐영화제 DMZ International Documentary Film Festival in South Korea! We’re at the Asian Competition together with other beautiful documentaries. Wish us luck!
Surrounded by the surreal landscape of Quang Tri province, four men live their lives inseparably from each other. Their rhythm is defined by moments of togetherness in a house with no doors where they all come to drink, smoke, play guitar and sing songs about love and the revolution of the past. Feelings of hatred interweave with compassion, swelling amidst the stagnation of time and space, seemingly awaiting for an unknown. One day, the unknown comes and takes one of them away, leaving the others to go on slipping through an undesired life. Meanwhile, the landscape, located in the border between North and South Vietnam, is what lives on, revealing traces of a war that has outlived its conclusion.
Tiếp tục đọc “The Future Cries Beneath Our Soil – Phim Mùa Cát Vọng”
International statistical resources
The legacy of Agent Orange/dioxin continues to impact our veterans and the Vietnamese. Since 1991, scientists at the United States Institute of Medicine have shown dioxin to be a risk factor in a growing number of illnesses and birth defects, and their research is corroborated by the work of Vietnamese scientists. Tiếp tục đọc “Remembering Agent Orange this Earth Day”