In this Academy Award Nominee for Best Foreign Film (1994), little things mean a lot in the world of 10-year-old Mui, a girl who's trained to be a house servant in 1950s Vietnam. As Mui grows up in pre-war Saigon, she finds quiet love with a family friend. Dialogue seems almost tertiary in this film that celebrates the senses, as the young girl discovers the world around her and marvels at every new sight, sound and scent she experiences while going about her workday life. Available for the first time ever in it's original theatrical aspect ratio.
In this Academy Award Nominee for Best Foreign Film (1994), little things mean a lot in the world of 10-year-old Mui, a girl who's trained to be a house servant in 1950s Vietnam. As Mui grows up in pre-war Saigon, she finds quiet love with a family friend. Dialogue seems almost tertiary in this film that celebrates the senses, as the young girl discovers the world around her and marvels at every new sight, sound and scent she experiences while going about her workday life. Available for the first time ever in it's original theatrical aspect ratio.
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Scent Of Green Papaya
Artist: Tran Nu Yên-Khê
Format: DVD
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In this Academy Award Nominee for Best Foreign Film (1994), little things mean a lot in the world of 10-year-old Mui, a girl who's trained to be a house servant in 1950s Vietnam. As Mui grows up in pre-war Saigon, she finds quiet love with a family friend. Dialogue seems almost tertiary in this film that celebrates the senses, as the young girl discovers the world around her and marvels at every new sight, sound and scent she experiences while going about her workday life. Available for the first time ever in it's original theatrical aspect ratio.