A film by Nhue Giang, Tam Hon Me (Mother"s Soul), is being shown in American universities and theatres now until December 1.
Actress Hong Anh (L) in the film Tam Hon Me (Mother"s Soul)
They include University of Hawaii, Harvard, Princeton and Letelier theatre.
The 95-minute movie describes the life of a woman and her daughter on an island in the middle of the Red River in the capital. After every film show, visitors will have an opportunity to talk with the director.
The screenings are organised by the Institute for Vietnamese Culture and Education in New York.
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