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Fast and The (Furie)ous

Although I grew up around my mum, grandma, and aunties continually watching Vietnamese movies, I had never encountered a movie like Furie. After the Vietnam war, many media and film production companies were owned by those within North Vietnamese communities, as they became wealthier. As a result, mainstream Vietnamese movies commonly watched by my family always reflected the experiences and stories of those from the North or were inspired by Chinese culture. With the times changing, Furie is one of the first films that I have viewed where it accurately depicts the lifestyle and setting of those in Southern Vietnam. Although I am of Vietnamese ethnicity, I seek to compare and analyse Furie against my own experience in order to see whether I can better understand my culture.

Reconstructing the role of a woman
In Vietnamese culture, there is a common cultural expectation that a mother will excel at…

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She was furie, she was wrath, she was vengeance

Headline is a slightly changed quote by Sarah J. Maas An auto-ethnographic analysis of Furie (2019) This week’s live-tweeting session was during a screening of the Vietnamese action film Furie. The film follows single mother, Hai, as she attempts to find her daughter who was abducted from the market in their small town and taken […]

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