Burn to Send | Film School Shorts

Burn to Send | Film School Shorts


[ ENGINE REVVING ] [ CROWD CHEERING ] [ ENGINE SHUTS OFF ] [ ENGINE TURNS OVER, REVS ] [ DANCE MUSIC PLAYS ] [ CROWD CHEERING ] Goldie: [ RETCHING ] [ CHIMES RING SOFTLY ] [ MID-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS ] [ CHUCKLES ] Tin: [ SIGHS ] [ LIGHTER CLICKS ] [ SIGHS ] [ SIGHS ] [ SIGHS ] [ ENGINES REVVING ] [ CROWD CHEERING ] Tin: [ SCREAMS ] [ WATER RIPPLING ] Goldie: [ SIGHS ] [ BIRDS CHIRPING ] Ba: HEY. [ CHUCKLES ] [ SIGHS ] [ RAIN PATTERING ] [ THUNDER RUMBLES ] Ba: HM? Tin: [ CHUCKLES ] Ba: [ SIGHS ] Goldie: [ SIGHS ] [ ACOUSTIC GUITAR PLAYS ] Woman: [ SINGING IN VIETNAMESE ]

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  1. Awesome film!!! Made me get a little choked up. All I know is there should be a hell of a lot more likes that's for sure!!

  2. first of all, perfect Father's Day timing 🙂 a captivating work of film. the longer runtime allows you to ease into this world. I love the scenes of contemplation, there is time for silence before the next line or action. the gorgeous Goldie wants escape through family with Tin, who falls victim to the motorcycle speed of the times. the father/son interaction is sweet but subtle, it's complicated as most father/son relationships are. the father is full of resigned smiles and memories, the son is anxious to get back to the world of the living but also unsure of himself. there is no more sense of time or prayer money for the father, the son, however, needs to know before he leaves if his dad misses him. the father's ambiguous reply is as murky as being in a coma, where the afterlife and the waking world look exactly the same. Tin continues to pray in his way after waking up. the answer, as always, lies in the future, in the child of Tin and Goldie we see at the end, the new family of three riding on, what else?, a motorcycle. when you're young, you want to feel older, when you're old, you want to feel young again, through a love.

  3. Beautiful ! the peuple,, the language,, the light !
    great filming, nice rhythm.
    A Vietnamese NDE love story 😉

  4. Awesome quality. Strong message. I would love to see more works from Andinh Ha. Very touching film. Deserves an award and global recognition.

  5. I just watched this on KQED channel 9 San Francisco. I am stunned at the subtle beauty of this 1/2 hour film. Wow! Thanks so much….

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