Everyday's the Seventies

Everyday's the Seventies

阮純詩NGUYEN Trinh Thi
2018
  • Vietnam
15min
Colour
  • DCP

Everyday's the Seventies

Synopsis

Different versions of the same history—one personal, another depicted by cinema, the third described by the media—are laid on top of each other and collapsed. Mixing footage from Hong Kong movies of the 1980s and 1990s with wire service footage of the Vietnam War and the Vietnamese refugee crisis in Hong Kong from the late 1970s to 1997, and an interview with the owner of Paul’s Records in Hong Kong, Everyday's the Seventies continues to explore the director’s interests in gaps and disconnection between personal memories, history, and other kinds of collective histories.

Festivals & Awards
2018 Glasgow SFF