The romantic comedy Cà Chớn, Anh Đừng Đi! (Honey, Don’t Go), directed by Đỗ Cường of HCM City, will be in cinemas on April 19. The production is aimed at young audiences. — Photo courtesy of the producer Viet Nam News Teenagers are eagerly awaiting the film Cà Chớn, Anh Đừng Đi! (Honey, Don’t Go), produced by CBK Entertainment on April 19. Directed by Đỗ Cường, the romantic comedy is about a girl who falls in love with a poor painter. The 90-minute work highlights urban youth who work hard to develop their career. After facing challenges, they finally become successful. Director Cường used young talents Kiều Trinh and Xuân Phúc, graduates of HCM City University of Theatre & Cinematography, to play leading roles. The film’s teaser on YouTube has attracted nearly 8,600 viewers after a week of its … [Read more...] about New Vietnamese films aimed at younger audience set to be released
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By Hai My  February 27, 2019 | 08:19 am GMT+7 Blessed Land, shown at the recent Berlin International Film Festival, highlights class tensions and ruminates on life and death. Vietnamese representatives at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival 2019. Vietnamese diaspora in Germany were particularly moved by a black and white short film, Blessed Land,which premiered at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival held February 8-17. The film introduces two main character lines in distinct situations. The camera follows the journey of a mother and son to a cemetery, finding the grave of her late husband after years of being torn apart. In another context, on the same graveyard, a golf course has been built by a wealthy man and his young mistress. The 20-minute movie allows the audience to feel the tensions and opposition between two different social class - the rich and the poor, two seemingly distant but intrinsically close worlds set on the … [Read more...] about New short film moves Vietnamese diaspora in Germany
The new home kit of Vietnam's national men football team. Photo courtesy of Grand Sport After winning AFF Cup title last year, Vietnamese men's football team are set to don new jerseys in 2019. The new dress kits, designed by Grand Sport, will have the traditional red and golden colors at home, while the away outfit will be in white. Both kits will have the dynamic arrow pattern. As usual, the national flag of Vietnam will be 3D printed on the left side of the chest, while the right side will carry the apparel logo. The back of the collar will also have a small golden star. The sleeves will be etched with small details, using laser technology. The away kit in white. Photo courtesy of Grand Sport This jersey is also made from a new type of fabric that brings "ultimate comfort optimum ventilation, tuned breathability and lightweight mobility," said the Bangkok-based sports clothing company. Vietnamese players Nguyen Quang Hai, Doan Van Hau, Bui Tien Dung (defender), Luong Xuan … [Read more...] about Vietnam gets new jersey ahead of first Asian Cup 2019 game
But at this point it is still not clear if his iconic character Walter White would return as well. The series, which ran from 2008 until 2013, told the story of White, a high school science teacher who responds to a terminal cancer diagnosis by turning into a powerful drug lord. It is one of the best-reviewed shows in TV history and earned a total of 16 Emmys, including four best actor prizes for Cranston, and two Golden Globes. "There appears to be a movie version of 'Breaking Bad' but I honestly have not even read the script," Cranston, 62, said on The Dan Patrick Show, a national radio program. "So there's question whether or not we would even see Walter White in this movie." Spoiler alert: White died at the end of the series, which aired in the United States on cable network AMC. But Cranston nevertheless said he would "absolutely" be interested in bringing White back should show creator Vince Gilligan ask him to do so. "He's a genius," Cranston said. "I'm excited about it because … [Read more...] about ‘Breaking Bad’ film coming, but will Walter White be in it?
The Goethe Institute in Vietnam is introducing 10 new German films during its Spring Cinema programme in HCM City and Hanoi. The German 3D animated film Konferenz der Tiere (Animals United) will be screened during the Goethe Institute’s Spring Cinema programme in HCM City and Hanoi. — Photo justwatch.com The programme opened on February 15 with the screening of Who Am I - Kein System ist sicher (Who Am I - No System Is Safe), a 2014 German techno-thriller. Directed by Baran bo Odar, it features the gifted hacker Benjamin and his hacker group CLAY, who become famous for guerilla actions that cause increasingly serious problems. The film was the first German thriller to be ranked number 1 in Germany since the 80s. It was first shown at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. The film programme also includes adventures, dramas and animated works, including Honig im Kopf (Head Full of Honey) directed by Til Schweiger, Konferenz der Tiere … [Read more...] about Goethe Institute screens 10 new German films in HCM City, Hanoi