Vietnamese film wowed audiences in the Czech Republic

A Vietnamese film named “Passion” by director Phi Tien Son was screened at Lucerna cinema in Prague, the Czech Republic on September 12th and it attracted hundreds of audiences.

A Vietnamese film named “Passion” by director Phi Tien Son was screened at Lucerna cinema in Prague, the Czech Republic on September 12th and it attracted hundreds of audiences.

“Passion” was the final film screened at the 4th ASEAN Film Festival in Prague on September 8th – 12th with the main support of the Czech Republic’s Barrandov film studio and Vietnam Airlines.

Vietnamese film wowed audiences in the Czech Republic
The film is about story of a family, each person has a different passion. The father has a passion of raising, conquering and taming tigers.

His son has a passion of business and expanding his relations. Meanwhile, his daughter like to become a model. They try to assert their passions and they even use tricks to prevent other people's passions.

The film touches human problem, the biggest problem in our age. It is also confidence of the filmmakers about the conception of life.

It is surprising that half of the projection room is full of Czech and international audience.

Explaining this, Mr. Pavel Pilny, a middle-aged Czech audience, said that he and many other Czech citizens wanted to learn more about the culture of Vietnam. And watching film was also a way to reach out to a culture.

According to Mr. Pilny, film “Passion” impressed him by movie magic of the filmmakers as well as the interesting topic of the film.

He said he had ever been in Vietnam and visited many places like Lao Cai, Sa Pa and Ha Long. He loved Vietnam and wished to have an opportunity to return to the beautiful country.

Meanwhile, under the view of a young person, Ms. Le Minh Phuong, second-year graduate student from the Czech University of Life Sciences (CULS) hoped that the Vietnamese Embassy and the Overseas Vietnamese Association in the Czech Republic would organize more similar cultural activities so that Vietnamese youths and students, who were born and raised in the Czech Republic, have opportunities to better understand the culture of Vietnam.

She also emphasized that Vietnamese youths and students in the Czech Republic are eager to contribute their efforts on promoting Vietnam’s culture in the host country.

This was also an opportunity for Vietnam to introduce its unique culture and special dishes to Czech and international friends./.

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