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Hanoi (VNA) – Chieu Ngang QuaPho Cu (Walking on Old Street in the Afternoon) won an award for foreign dramasat the 11th International Drama Festival in Tokyo, Japan.
Produced by the Vietnam Television FilmCentre, the soap opera, directed by Trinh Le Phong, was screened domesticallyin late 2016. It depicts an extended family in Hanoi’s Old Quarter and the conflictover financial interests that separates the family.
This year, the drama won the domestic GoldenKite awards for best actress and best supporting role.
Meanwhile, Vietnamese actress Ninh Duong LanNgoc was named Face of Asia at Marie Claire’s Asia Star Awards 2017 as part ofthe Busan International Film Festival in Busan, the Republic of Korea. Ngoc washonoured for her role in Co Ba Sai Gon (The Tailor), a romantic comedy producedby movie star, director and producer Ngo Thanh Van.
The film is about Vietnamese women living inSai Gon (now Ho Chi Minh City) in the 1960s. It features the culture andlifestyle of the locals and history of the ao dai (Vietnamese traditional longdress).-VNA
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