Hell hath no Furie like a women scorned

This week in BCM320 we watched the Vietnamese film, Furie. The film follows Hai, played by Victoria Ngo, as her daughter is kidnapped by human traffickers and she chases them from her small village to the nearby city of Saigon to find and rescue her daughter, when along the way she discovers her daughter is not the only child who they kidnapped.

During the film we find out details about Hai’s past, and why she is living in a small village as a single mother working as a debt collector. While I have very little connection to Vietnam, the film did a great job of show casing aspects of the culture and environment that would seem normal to someone who had a connection to it. Something that I was able…

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