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Russian Film Week backs in Vietnam

December 02, 2020 | 08:01

The Russian Film Week in Hanoi will officially kick off on December 9, introducing to Hanoians well-known Russian films telling about the struggle of the Soviet people against the Nazis.

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Russian Film Week backs in Vietnam
The film week is timed to coincide with the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War.

On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Victory Day over Fascism in the Great Patriotic War (May 9, 1945 - May 9, 2020), the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Vietnam and the Russia's Embassy in Vietnam co-organized the Russian Film Week in Hanoi from December 9-13

The films includes “Road to Berlin”, “White Tiger”, “The Star”, “Come and See” and “They Fought for Their Country”, according to announment from the Russian Embassy.

Vietnamese audience will have an opportunity to better understand the Great Patriotic war and experience Russian film industry. All five films selected for this year’s event have won many domestic awards and have attended many international festivals.

The films are screened at National Cinema Centre (87 Lang Ha street, Hanoi). Free tickets can be picked up at the cinema from December 4.

This film week is part of activities to celebrate the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and the Russian Federation (1950-2020).

Film screenings of contemporary Russian cinema have become traditional for the Russian Centre of Science and Culture in Hanoi, films are screened in Russian with Vietnamese subtitles.

The Victory in the Great Patriotic War was a symbol of heroism, resilience and bravery as well as great human spirit and the triumph of justice.

Over 55 million people were killed in the war involving 70 European, Asia-Pacific and North African countries, including 27 million from the former Soviet Union.

Russian Film Week backs in Vietnam
The image of soldiers joining the Great Patriotic War of Russia reappear on the cathedral’s walls. Photo: VOV

Seven Vietnamese soldiers who had joined the Soviet Union Red Army and fought alongside Russian comrades in the Great Patriotic War now have their profiles included in the database of the ‘memorial road’ museum complex, in the suburbs of Moscow, according to CPV.

They include Le Phan Chan, born in 1900 in Hanoi; Dinh Truong Long, born in 1910 in Thanh Hoa; Vuong Thuc Thoai, born in 1910 in Nghe An; Vuong Thuc Lien, born in 1903 in Nghe An; Hoang The Tu, born in 1910 in Nghe An; Nguyen Sinh Than, born in 1908 in Nghe An; and Ngo Chi Thong, born in 1910 in Ha Tinh.

Of which, Le Phan Chan, Vuong Thuc Thoai, Vuong Thuc Lien, Hoang The Tu and Nguyen Sinh Than were conferred the first class Order of the Patriotic War by the Supreme Soviet Presidium on December 12th, 1986. They were also awarded posthumously the “Forty Years of Victory in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945” medal.

Based on the initiative of President Ho Chi Minh, in 1926, some Vietnamese patriotic youngsters were sent to the Soviet Union for study. When the Second World War began, they decided to join the Red Army and most of them died in battle protecting Moscow in 1941.

The honoring of Vietnamese soldiers in the Great Patriotic War of Russia does not only record their life contribution to the efforts to fight fascism, but it is also clear evidence for the long-term solidarity and friendship between Vietnam and Russia./.

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