HA NOI (VNS) — You are invited to the film screening of Vive la France directed by Michael Youn, which will take place at L'Espace, 24 Trang Tien Street, on August 8.
The film revolves around an adventure of two terrorists, Muzafar and Feruz, who hijack a plane and attempt to crash it into the emblem of France, the Eiffel Tower. However, at the last minute, their plane is forced to land in Corsica, which is infamous for its people's hatred towards mainland France. Often criticised as being too slapstick, the film follows the adventure of the duo in their search for the "real" France passing by Marseille (gangster centre) and Lot (the symbol of southern picturesque countryside).
The 2013 movie will be presented in original French Language with Vietnamese subtitles. Tickets cost VND40,000 and VND20,000 (for L'Espace members and students). — VNS