Screen­ing of French com­edy film Vive la

Viet Nam News - - Expat Corner -

You are in­vited to the film screen­ing of Vive la France di­rected by Michael Youn, which will take place at L’Es­pace, 24 Traøng Tieàn Street, on Au­gust 8.

The film re­volves around an ad­ven­ture of two ter­ror­ists, Muza­far and Feruz, who hi­jack a plane and at­tempt to crash it into the em­blem of France, the Eiffel Tower. How­ever, at the last minute, their plane is forced to land in Cor­sica, which is in­fa­mous for its peo­ple’s ha­tred to­wards main­land France. Of­ten crit­i­cised as be­ing too slap­stick, the film fol­lows the ad­ven­ture of the duo in their search for the “real” France pass­ing by Mar­seille (gang­ster cen­tre) and Lot (the sym­bol of south­ern pic­turesque countryside).

The 2013 movie will be pre­sented in orig­i­nal French Lan­guage with Viet­namese sub­ti­tles. Tick­ets cost VNÑ40,000 and VNÑ20,000 (for L’Es­pace mem­bers and stu­dents).

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