Lost in Paradise
The reality of the night life in Ho Chi Minh City, usually hidden from the world, becomes a background for the intertwining plots: the story of a young gay man, rejected by his family, who tries to cope in the big city, and the tale of an unusual friendship between a prostitute and a mentally disabled man. The social realism is complemented with fairy-tale metaphors, brutal scenes are contrasted with warm humor. Despite the hostile reality, the characters are able to save some space for intimate relationships and sincere emotions – even if they only last a short while.
Vu Ngoc Dang
Born 1974, film and TV director. He owes his popularity to "The Long Leg Girls," a film set in the modeling community. It was the first independent production admitted to and awarded at Vietnam Film Festival.
2004 Nhung co gai chan dai / The Long Leg Girls
2006 Tuyet Mien Nhiet Doi / Tropical Snow
2008 Bong dung muon khoc / Suddenly I Wanna Cry
2009 Dẹp tung centimet / Every Inch of Beauty
2011 Hot boy noi loan – cau chuyen ve thang Cuoi, co gai diem va con vit / Lost in Paradise