Produced in France | 2018 | 21 min
Language: Vietnamese, French, English subtitles
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In the early 1960s, Loan, a young Vietnamese woman, and Pierre, her Eurasian husband, are relocated to a village in Auvergne, under a resettlement program for French nationals from Indochina. Loan believes that the situation is only temporary and that she will return soon to Vietnam.
Stéphane Ly-Cuong studied film at the University of Paris VIII, Brooklyn College, and Fémis. He has written and directed several short films, including Paradisco and Spring Leaves. He has also written and/or directed musical shows, among them are Lemon Twist, The Last Five Years, and 24 Hours in The Life of A Woman.
Tuong-Vi Nguyen Long
Linh-Dan Pham, Mike Nguyen