A scene in the classical movie Bao Giờ Cho Đến Tháng Mười (When the Tenth Month Comes).
HÀ NỘI One of Việt Nam’s most iconic movies will be screened on Saturday by the Friends of Vietnam Heritage.
Bao Giờ Cho Đến Tháng Mười (When the Tenth Month Comes), was hailed as one of the best 18 Asian films of all time by American news outlet, CNN.
Directed by Đặng Nhật Minh, the touching drama is about Duyên, a beautiful countryside woman and her journey to visit her soldier husband on the battlefield, and how she coped with the reality.
Although set in wartime, the black-and-white movie is not just about the war but also about love and sacrifice.
The film won several prizes such as the Golden Lotus Prize at the 7th Việt Nam Film Festival in 1985, the Special Jury Award at the 1985 Hawaii International Film Festival, and the Special Prize at the 1989 Asia-Pacific International Film Festival.
The screening will take place from 7.30-9pm, at the Centre for Development of Movie Talent, 51 Trần Hưng Đạo Street.
Fee: VNĐ150,000. RSVP to Vân at firstname.lastname@example.org. VNS