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Bong Ma Hoc Duong - Hoai Linh, Wanbi Tuan Anh; UPCOMING Vietnamese 1-26- 2011 RELEASE
Topic Started: Jan 15 2011, 04:02 PM (9,013 Views)
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Cast : Hoai Linh, Wanbi Tuan Anh, Truong Quynh Anh
Director : Le Bao Trung
Genre : Horror / Comedy
Language : Vietnamese with English subtitles
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Nam Linh is an incompetent and weak man. He even cannot feed his family with his poor monthly income. He has to work as a writer for black web that contents sex, violence, and horror stories for teen. However, after he made some money, he has found out that his wife was cheating on his back. In painful and despairing, he decided to commit suicide with the hope that he will become a perfect man in the next life.
However, unluckiness is still following him. He could not be reincarnated and becomes a ghost with nowhere to go. He has to work for a Bad Ghost by finding a way to entice other people to suicide like him so that in exchange he can be reicarnated. There are many reasons for committing suicide such as be bullied, parents divorce, ect... and his first mission was to entice his son to commit suicide . Standing between his son life and his chance to be free from 1000 years being a ghost, he discovered a truth

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Viet Nam's first 3-D flick among new Tet releases
As usual, a slew of films are ready for release during the Tet (Lunar New Year) holidays, including Viet Nam's first 3-D flick, and studios are hoping to part young moviegoers and their money.
Thien Ngan (Galaxy) Studios, one of the country's biggest, believes its 3-D movie Bong Ma Hoc Duong (Ghost at School) will be a hit and a step forward for the entire industry.
To make sure nothing goes wrong, it spent a packet on hiring Hollywood cinematographer Joel Spezeski.
"Our film's post-production was done in Hong Kong," its director Le Bao Trung, who learnt 3-D film-making in Hong Kong before beginning the project, said.
Promising lively sound and light effects throughout, he hoped the film will encourage more Vietnamese filmmakers to make 3-D films.
Ghost at School is a comic horror film about an online thriller writer who is haunted by a bunch of young people's ghosts.
The US$1 million production stars dozens of young pop stars and fashion models like Wanbi Tuan Anh, Truong Quynh Anh, and Dinh Ngoc Diep.
But its explicit scenes have already become a lightning rod for criticism by critics and educators who are anxious about the effects on young audiences after viewing its trailer online.
"I don't think Bong Ma Hoc Duong with its sexy scenes is suitable for teenaged audiences who will go to the cinema without their parents during Tet," Nguyen Minh Nga, a teacher and psychologist in HCM City, said.
Film-makers should take more responsibility for their works because "movies offer not only entertainment but also education."
But the producers dismiss the fears, insisting their film is safe for young viewers.
"Through our film, we hope young audiences, particularly teenagers, learn about bravery, honour, and responsibility," Dinh Thi Thanh Huong, a member of Thien Ngan's managing board, said.
She also believed critics will change their views after seeing the film.
Ghost at School releases in cinemas a week before Tet which falls on February 3 this year.
BHD Company and its partner, Saiga Films, commissioned Vietnamese-American Victor Vu to direct the comedy Co Dau Dai Chien (War of the Brides).
Vu, who studied film-making at Loyola Marymount University in the US, has made a kungfu comedy a la Jackie Chan.
Phuoc Sang Films' Thien Su... 99 (The Cherub... 99) is a romantic film that also has comedy and action.
The film features several famous artists, including upcoming singers Khong Tu Quynh and Ngo Kien Huy. VNS
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Wow, this looks god awful...
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