HA NOI – The joint Viet Nam-China film, Vuot Qua Ben Thuong Hai, or Passing Shanghai Wharf, which charts the revolutionary life of President Ho Chi Minh as the young Nguyen Ai Quoc will premier in cinemas throughout Viet Nam next Friday.
The film follows Nguyen Ai Quoc travels from Hong Kong to Shanghai and his revolutionary activities in China between 1933-1934.
It portrays the young revolutionary's humanity, inner feelings and nobility as he plays with children, recalls childhood folksongs and arranges offerings for his ancestors on New Year's eve.
Although French and Chinese nationalist police hunted the escapee after he fled Hong Kong in 1933, he was able, with the help of Soong Ching-ling, patriotic Vietnamese and international friends in China, to reach Vladivostock, Russia, in 1934.
Vietnamese writers Ha Pham Phu and Le Ngoc Minh and Chinese author Jia Fei wrote the film's script and it was produced by the Viet Nam Writers Association's Film Studio and its Chinese partner, the Zhoujiang Film Studio.
The film will screen at Megastar theatres in Ha Noi and HCM City and the National Cinema Centre, Ha Noi.
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