A Vietnamese filmmaker with Houston ties reveals more about his contemplative, award-winning film.
Nguyên Lê is a Vietnamese-English bilingual film critic, writer and translator, at the moment based in Houston. He also likes to think he's an amateur cook and photographer, at least until the kitchen catches fire or the ocean snatches his camera. His work can be seen on outlets like Fangoria, /Film.
Articles by Nguyen Le
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