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French-Vietnamese director Tran Anh Hung Photo: Tao Mingyang/GT

Tran Anh Hung is a master of controlling the atmosphere of a room."Have sầu you seen any of my films?" "Do you really like it?" With only a bit of chit chat before taking questions from the truyền thông media, he put everyone in the room at ease.Clean, tidy và fashionable, the well-known director looked far younger than I imagined. You would probably never guess by looking at hyên ổn that this Vietnamese-born French film director is just three years away from 60.Although Tran worked with Chinese actor Tony Leung on his second film Cyclo which won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 1995, Tran has not been involved very much in the Chinese film industry over the years. Looking lớn change this, Tran decided to lớn head to lớn Beijing to attover the 2019 Asian Film Week, which is being held as part of the Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations (CDAC).As a master of atmosphere, music is a vital source of inspiration for Tran. Tran told the Global Times, he always listens lớn music when planning his films, instead of drawing on other films for inspiration.With the help of a translator on Wednesday, I sat down with Tran khổng lồ learn more about his success, ideas on film and nostalgia for the past.Never giving up"When I was young, my mom once told me a story," said Tran."There"s a kind of turtle with a soft shell that when it bites you, it never lets go, even if its head gets chopped off."It is with a similar type of insistence that Tran has tackled filmmaking. His screen debut The Scent of Green Papaya became a huge success after releasing in 1993. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and won two top prizes at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival.Such an outstanding film debut would be a life-changing experience for anybody, but surprisingly Tran said that the success of the film only intensified his belief in filmmaking."People need lớn ask themselves if they are certain that an idea is worth doing. If the answer is yes, you will have sầu the courage to overcome any difficulty, & the result will always be beyond people"s expectations," said Tran.Then he took the experience of shooting Norwegian Wood in Japan as an example, at that time, he wanted lớn establish the whole structure of Japanese society."This is a very grand thing. I have had many Japanese assistants, but none of them ever believed that my ideas were possible lớn film & present to audiences. However, in the kết thúc, they all witnessed how I solved each problem one step at a time."Emotional filmmakerLike many other filmmakers and writers, Tran is more sensitive and in touch with his feelings than most people. Every film he has made is a reflection of himself.Tran"s noted that his Norwegian Wood numbers aước ao his favorite films because of how the book the film was based on, Japanese author Haruki Murakami"s novel of the same name, resonated with hyên."The melancholy and sense of loss in the novel touched me most.

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And there were two kinds of losses, one was the people had gone, the other was the loss of a desire and enthusiasm towards life," said Tran."When we reach a certain age, we will find that we are not as young as when we were full of yearning for life. When we become aware of this, we feel very sad. I think this sadness touched me the most.Although the director immigrated lớn France at the age of 13, Vietphái nam, where he shoot most of his films, is still an irreplaceable part of hlặng."Vietphái nam means a lot khổng lồ me. It"s the source of my primitive emotions," said Tran."When I eat a cucumber with Vietnamese sauce, it immediately pulls me back to lớn Vietnam thousands of years ago. I feel lượt thích I am part of its history. I don"t think anything or anywhere else can make me feel that way, only Vietphái nam."The best partnerIn addition to lớn Tran"s mom, who played an important part in forging his personality, his wife, Tran Nu Yen Khe, is a figure that cannot be overlooked. She has not only been a great partner for Tran on a personal màn chơi, but also professionally as the actress has appeared in four of his six films.According to lớn Tran, their cooperation began quite by accident."When I started my career, she always gave sầu me some filmmaking advice. Sometimes I felt that her ideas are not proper for that particular film but still really interesting and worth a try. I loved to lớn shoot scenes in the way she suggested after a cut, & things end up happening one after another," Tran told the Global Times.With advice from his wife, Tran was able lớn maintain a clear vision for what he wants from film. According lớn him, he always focuses on what kind of film he wants lớn make instead of giving in lớn pressure from the public.Tran wasn"t a complete open book when it came khổng lồ his relationship with his wife. When I asked how he và his wife fell in love sầu, he was rather coy with his answer."I won"t tell you," laughed Tran."Perhaps I will tell her," Tran said, glancing at our interpreter.Newspaper headline: Taking a bite out of life

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