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Film on navy police to hit screens

Update: July, 26/2014 - 09:54
The 90-minute work, titled Mo Gio (The Power of Wind), is being made by Viet Nam Feature Film Studio, the country's leading State-owned production house belonging to Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.— Photo nongnghiep

HCM CITY (VNS)  — A feature film on the work of the Viet Nam Marine Police and Border Defense Force is set for release early next month.

The 90-minute work, titled Mo Gio (The Power of Wind), is being made by Viet Nam Feature Film Studio, the country's leading State-owned production house belonging to Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

Based on a screenplay by Le Manh Cuong, a navy policeman, it tells about the life and work of young navy policemen .

Nguyen Huu Phan, the film's director, said the crew began filming in HCM City and Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province two months ago and and then in southern provinces of Binh Thuan and Bac Lieu and Ca Mau.

"Through our film, we wanted to spotlight brave officials' remarkable work for keeping our sea peaceful while there are still so many challenges ," said Phan, who spent two years to prepare for filming.

Phan said that his crew had received support from the navy police force to perfect their film. The film's post-production work will be done this month.— VNS


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