HCM CITY (VNS) — The Vietnamese horror film Doat Hon (Hollow) attracted 160,000 cinema-goers in the first four days after being released, bringing VND12 billion (US$556,000) in turnover, its producer, BHD Co., Ltd, has said.
Rated NC 16 (No children under 16), the film has been more successful than two other films produced by BHD, Co Dau Dai Chien 1 (Brides'War), and Long Ruoi, which attracted 110,000 and 130,000 viewers, respectively, in the first four days.
Doat Hon tells the story of the Vuong family, whose daughter becomes possessed after nearly drowning.
It features several veteran actors of Vietnamese cinema, including Kieu Chinh, Thuong Tin, Ngoc Hiep, and Minh Trang, as well as emerging star Tran Bao Son. — VNS