Viet Film Fest 2021 [ARCHIVED]

To Be Vietnamese in Western Europe

Expired October 31, 2021 6:55 AM
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An exploration of what it means to be Vietnamese in Western Europe. Quan 13, Translation of Silence, and The Nodey Process - whether in narrative or documentary form - investigate and celebrate the presence of those of Vietnamese descent who have made their homes in Paris. The only non-French film in this set, Amputated Asscheeks, takes place in Hamburg, Germany, and draws delineations between Vietnamese-Germans of different generations.

Grandpa Liem loses at poker. Mortima is a vampire. Long meets a dragon.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    29 minutes
  • Language
    German, Vietnamese
  • Country
  • Director
    Claudia Tuyết Scheffel
  • Screenwriter
    Claudia Tuyết Scheffel
  • Producer
    Claudia Tuyết Scheffel
  • Cast
    Anh-Quoc Doan, Duc Hanh Hoang, Andy Tran, My Yen Ung
  • Cinematographer
    Julian Gillmann
  • Production Design
    Lisa Ehlert