Two new Vietnamese films are vast improvements on similar predecessors in terms of settings and plots, but they fail to avoid trite stereotypes Cuoc chien voi chan tinh (Thach Sanh Legend) directed by Do Quang Hai Au, who suddenly died of a stroke in March last year while still editing his movie. Despite the imperfect visual effects such as this 3D computer-generated ogre which looks a little bit fake, Hai Au’s first and last movie is solid work. Photos taken from The movie’s Facebook page I’ve seen two good movies recently. The late Do Quang Hai Au’s first, and unfortunately last movie, Cuoc chien voi chan tinh (Thach Sanh Legend), is solid work. This movie and Victor Vu’s Qua tim mau (Vengeful Heart) are the most worthwhile films of Vietnam’s 2013/early-2014 season. In his un-planned swan song, Do Quang Hai Au, who suddenly died of a stroke while still editing his movie, was able to do what Dustin Nguyen couldn’t do in Lua Phat (Once Upon a Time in Vietnam): create a consistent, believable setting for supernatural Vietnamese heroes. Hai Au’s new efforts may set the stage for future films. Cuoc chien voi chan tinh was based on the fairy…
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