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A Q&A with director Mattie Do (live from Laos!) and producer Annick Mahnert will be available live on 14th March at 2pm as a separate event. It will also be recorded if you missed it. You will automatically be issued a ticket for this if you obtain a ticket for the film. CLICK HERE for more details on the live event.


From Laos, this is an ingenious mix of science fiction and melancholy ghost story that zig-zags between past, present and future, reality and the afterlife. An old man walks the dusty roads in the company of a silent ghost he befriended fifty years ago. But then he discovers the ghost can take him back in time. A rare treat. From Laos' first female film director.

 

'a brave new artist in Southeast Asian cinema — a strong, singular voice in the male-dominated landscape of the region.' - Toronto International Film Festival

 


Mae dyn yn wynebu ei orffennol poenus wrth iddo gerdded yr heol gyfarwydd rhwng ei fferm anghysbell a'r pentref cyfagos, nes bod ysbryd yn cynnig cyfle iddo fynd yn ôl i'r gorffennol i gael gwared ar ei faich. Mae’r drydedd ffilm hir hon gan yr arloesol Mattie Do, cyfarwyddwr ffilm benywaidd cyntaf, yn adroddiad adfyfyriol o fywyd, marwolaeth a galar fel y'i hadroddir trwy stori ysbryd ffuglen wyddonol brudd.

  • Year
    2019
  • Runtime
    116 minutes
  • Country
    Laos, Spain, Singapore
  • Rating
    18
  • Note
    subtitles
  • Director
    Mattie Do
  • Cast
    Por Silatsa, Noutnapha Soydala, Yannawoutthi Chanthalungsy