Oct 13, 1982 · R | 1h 49min | Drama | 13 October 1982 (Hong Kong) A Japanese photojournalist revisits Vietnam after the Liberation and learns harsh truths about its regime and its "New Economic Zones".
- Ann Hui
- George Lam, Cora Miao, Season Ma, Andy Lau
The Boat People ( 2007) Photos. Do you have any images for this title? Cast. Storyline. The Boat People is a psychological thriller. Jared is taken to the coast by his new girlfriend, Alice. Frequently Asked Questions. This FAQ is empty. Add the first question. Details. Looking for something to ...
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Boat People (film) Production. In the late 1970s, a great number of Vietnamese refugees flooded Hong Kong. In 1979, Hui was making the... Characters. Plot. The film is shown through the point of view of a Japanese photojournalist named Shiomi Akutagawa (Lam). Awards and nominations. Boat People was ...
Not Yet Rated 20 min Jul 8th, 2020 Set in an unspecified future at the precarious edge of humanity’s possible extinction, "The Boat People" follows a group of children led by a strong-willed and...
The Boat People is a psychological thriller. Jared is taken to the coast by his new girlfriend, Alice. They stay in the seaside cottage she's owed all her life with her sister, Cleo.
Ann Hui's BOAT PEOPLE is a brutal, uncompromising film about Vietnam in the late 1970s. It opens with the fall of Da Nang in 1975, signalling the end of the Revolution/Civil War that brought the communists to power in Vietnam.
Movie Info Shiomi Akutagawa (George Lam), a Japanese photojournalist, travels to Vietnam to document life under communist rule. Government officials are all too happy to take him on a tour of...
- Ann Hui
- International Spectrafilm
Just before dawn on April 1975, the war between North and South Vietnam, led to more than half a million refugee fled the country for new life. Pulau Bidong,...
- 3 min
- YKS Film Maker Sdn Bhd
Feb 22, 2019 · Directed by Winston Azzopardi. With Joe Azzopardi. A lone fisherman encounters a seemingly abandoned yacht in an eerie fog bank. Whilst trying to do the right thing the most inexplicable and terrifying nightmare begins.
- Joe Azzopardi
- Winston Azzopardi