US PREMIERE After a shocking discovery about the fate of an old friend, director Tin Dirdamal embarks on an entrancing train through Vietnam to visit him with his young daughter. Along the way father and daughter ponder unanswered questions, with the sights they encounter on their journey resonating with the depths of their philosophical insights. A film created under the rules of the Hanoi Dogma that will never be shown again after two years. – Ruth Somalo

This film screens in Cinépolis Chelsea 4. Unfortunately, due to the venue’s last-minute mechanical issues beyond our control, there is no elevator or escalator access to this two auditorium. The theater is accessible by stairs. If you would prefer not to climb 37 steps to attend this event, please consider purchasing a ticket for an online screening instead. 


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Director: Tin Dirdamal, Eva Cadena
Executive Producer: Elena Fortes, Daniela Alatorre, Jorge Caballero, Anna Giralt, Gerard F. Tierney, Gerald Herman, Fausto Muñoz
Producer: Tin Dirdamal, Elena Fortes, Jorge Caballero
Cinematographer: Tin Dirdamal
Editor: Tin Dirdamal
Language: Spanish, Vietnamese
Country: Mexico
Year: 2021