Tran Anh Hung at Venice

by Dean Wilson

The new movie by Tran Anh Hung makes its premier in the feature film competition of the 67th Venice Film Festival. Norwegian Wood is a Japanese-language adaptation of Haruki Murakami’s novel. The Japanese production team was somehow able to negotiate rights to the original recording of the Beatles’ song for the soundtrack, and Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood composed the score. The festival opens Wednesday 1 September 2010 with Darren Aronofsky’s “Black Swan.”

~ by maximumeskimo on August 26, 2010.

8 Responses to “Tran Anh Hung at Venice”

  1. Cung cap them cho cac ban mot hot news, phim nay da duoc Thien Ngan Galaxy mua ban quyen phat hanh o Viet Nam, Thien Ngan con la cong ty phat hanh dau tien tren the gioi dat van de mua phim nay ngay khi no con tren ban dung!!!

  2. the a … hay lam

  3. comments on the movie in the japan times:

    http://www.japantoday.com/category/entertainment-arts/view/norwegian-wood-debuts-at-venice-film-festival

  4. How exciting.

    Always recall my teenage whenever a news of Haruki’s novels comes.

    And I was so excited that Tran Anh Hung was pointed by the author as the director who would adapt his famous Norwegian Wood…

    And along with compliments from my K5 classmates on Bi, Don’t be afraid

    And I’ve just watched Inferno last night

    So many good news for Vietnam cinema.

  5. duc oi … what are you doing these days? we miss you ;-D … say ‘hi’ to my dung nha …

  6. God, I will definitely miss you, poor me!

  7. Miss this movie, I mean :P

  8. it will miss you too ;-D

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