Trăng Nơi Đáy Giếng [The Moon At The Bottom Of The Well]

Trăng Nơi Đáy Giếng [The Moon At The Bottom Of The Well]

Production:
Giải Phóng Film Studio
Direction:
Nguyễn Vinh Sơn
Cameraman:
Nguyễn Trinh Hoan; Nguyễn Nam
Actors:
Hống Ánh; Hoàng Cao Đề; NSUT Thanh Vy...
Pscrew:
[Gaffer] Hồ Hoàng Hải

     Hanh is a dutiful wife and school teacher in a rural Vietnamese village who appears to enjoy a happy marriage. Childless, she insists her husband Phoung, the local school headmaster, take a second wife to bear him a baby. But in the small village, their secret is impossible to keep for long and in the ensuing scandal she and Phuong separate. Following the breakdown of the marriage, Hanh loses her grip on reality and begins to question the very fundamentals of life. Through a friend, she meets a spiritual guide in the guise of an enigmatic fortune teller, who sets about transforming the beleaguered Hanh's life.

Mảnh Ghép Cuộc Đời [Porcelain]

Mảnh Ghép Cuộc Đời [Porcelain]

Production:
Thiện Đỗ; Trần Thị Bích Ngọc
Direction:
Thiện Đỗ; Trần Thị Bích Ngọc; Tuan Andrew Nguyen
Cameraman:
James T. Ngo
Actors:
Nguyễn Kim Tuyến; Nguyễn Đức Nhã; Vũ Phạm Diễm My; Nguyễn Quốc Huy; Nguyễn Hậu; Trương Thế Vinh; Mai Thành
Pscrew:
[Gaffer] Lý Ngọc Quanh
Prepare to be swept away into a world of mystery and romance in this unforgettable Vietnamese drama mini-series!

Porcelain is a three part series entwining a modern love story, a mystical connection with the past, and actual historic events surrounding a cursed shipment of porcelain from Asia to Europe in the 17th century.
Mùi Ngò Gai

Mùi Ngò Gai

Production:
Vifa; CJ Media
Direction:
Kim Hyo Joong; Han Chul Soo; Chu Trương Thiện; Trần Hữu Phúc
Cameraman:
Oh Seung Yuep; Lê Phương
Actors:
Ngọc Trinh; Kim Xuân; Thành Lộc; Việt Anh; Tấn Beo; Đình Toàn; Mỹ Duyên; Thanh Thủy; Hòa Hiệp; Kim Hiền; Minh Hoàng; Minh Đạt...
Cột Mốc 23

Cột Mốc 23

Production:
Nguyễn Minh Hiền; Phi Thanh Vân
Direction:
Nguyễn Quốc Duy
Cameraman:
Nguyễn Xuân Phúc; Nguyễn Xuân Bằng
Actors:
Bảo Trúc; Quốc Cường; Huy Khánh; Diễm Châu; Võ Thành Tâm; Phi Thanh Vân; Trung Dân; Tiết Cương; Thân Thúy Hà
Pscrew:
[Gaffer] Hồ Hoàng Hải

         The “Cot moc 23” movie is a story about a 23-year-old girl named Nha Trang who is very successful and happy in life. Unfortunately, in a unlucky day, Trang had to face with death because of brain tumors disease. 

With the disappointment, she decided to go back to the countryside. At this place, she seemed to live in a different world. She had a different feelings about poor people, life as well as social class.
The Beautiful Country

The Beautiful Country

Production:
Terrence Malick; Edward R. Pressman ; Tomas Backström; Petter J. Borgli
Direction:
Hans Petter Moland
Cameraman:
Stuart Dryburgh
Actors:
Damien Nguyen; Bai Ling; Tim Roth; Nick Nolte; Temuera Morrison...
Pscrew:
[Gaffer] Hồ Hoàng Hải

The film tells the story of Binh, a Vietnamese boy who is often referred to as a "bui doi" (a derogatory term which has come to refer to a Vietnamese-born child fathered by an American soldier during the Vietnam War). After a life of prejudice and servitude, Binh decides to leave his tiny Vietnamese village and search for his mother in Saigon. Binh finds his mother, Mai, and discovers he has a younger brother, energetic and precocious Tam. Mai is employed by Mrs. Hoa, the cruel mistress of a great house. After getting a job at the house with his mother, Binh discovers that she is sexually harassed constantly by Mrs. Hoa's son.

While dusting with his mother, Binh lifts a red glass statue of Buddha, a precious family heirloom, to allow his mother to dust. As Binh lifts the statue to see it glow in the sun, the mistress walks in and charges Binh, calling him a thief. As Binh tries to keep the Buddha safe in his arms, the mistress slips on a wet patch of the floor, falling to her death. Binh and his mother quickly escape the house back to their apartment. They frantically pack the belongings of Binh and Tam. His mother gives them American money, the address of Binh's American father, and passage on a boat....

Vũ Khúc Con Cò [Song Of The Stork]

Vũ Khúc Con Cò [Song Of The Stork]

Production:
Việt Nam và Singapore
Direction:
Nguyễn Phan Quang Bình, Jonathan Foo
Actors:
Chi Bảo, Ngọc Hiệp, Hải Yến, Quang Hải, Tạ Ngọc Bảo....
Pscrew:
[Gaffer]Lý Ngọc Quanh

 From Ha Noi, those young guys join army to protest their country. They left behind their family, love, youth and carried hopes, faith and dreams. Van is poem. May (means Lucky) always smiles. Manh is just a kid. Lam is secret agent in city. Their own stories are told by a lot of people who survive after Vietnamese War, from both of sides.

39 Độ Yêu [39 Degrees Of Love]

39 Độ Yêu [39 Degrees Of Love]

Production:
Nguyễn Phan Quang Bình
Direction:
Nguyễn Phan Quang Bình
Actors:
Hồ Ngọc Hà; Bình Minh; Huy Khánh
Pscrew:
[Gaffer] Hồ Hoàng Kiếm
Gái Nhảy [Bar Girls]

Gái Nhảy [Bar Girls]

Production:
Hãng phim Giải phóng
Direction:
Lê Hoàng
Cameraman:
Phạm Hoàng Nam
Actors:
Mỹ Duyên; Minh Thư; Anh Vũ
Pscrew:
[Gaffer] Hồ Hoàng Hải

   Gai Nhay "Bar Girls" is the story of how the other half lives, with a twist. Southeast Asia being known for the multitude of bar girls ready to be "borrowed" for a (usually quite cheap) price, the life these girls live--and the motivations and tribulations that lead them to it--are usually hidden to their oblivious clientéle.

Lấy Chồng Người Ta [In The Name of Love]

Lấy Chồng Người Ta [In The Name of Love]

Production:
Lưu Huỳnh Film
Direction:
Lưu Huỳnh
Actors:
Đinh Y Nhung; Huy Khánh; Thái Hòa
Pscrew:
[Gaffer] Nguyễn Thái Tuấn

     Khanh gives all of love to the new son while his wife is suffering the contempt of the village people. It is more miserable as Linh appears to claim guardianship over the baby. Khanh, however, loves his wife more because of her lofty sacrifice. On the other hand, Linh also feels wretched. Using every evil artifice, Linh forced Lụa to give him the baby, motivated not by love of his little son but by jealousy toward the couple's happiness, which he has lost himself.

Sài Gòn Nhật Thực [Saigon Eclipse]

Sài Gòn Nhật Thực [Saigon Eclipse]

Production:
Hãng phim truyện I
Direction:
Othello Khánh
Actors:
Trương Ngọc Ánh; Như Quỳnh; Dustin Nguyễn; Johnny Trí Nguyễn; Marjolaine Bùi
Pscrew:
[Gaffer] Hồ Hoàng Hải

 The story relates the destiny of a young, beautiful and talented Vietnamese woman who sacrifices herself for her family.

The film chronicles the fate of Kieu, a beautiful young girl, who soon after her secret engagement, returns home to find her father is about to be imprisoned on trumped-up charges.

Kieu offers herself in payment for her fathers debt without fully understanding the ramifications of the decision. Du's poem was written as an allegory for Vietnam, which has often been possessed and abused by others.