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Betel Tree, The

Australia / Vietnam, 2005 (MIFF 2006, Documentary Shorts)

Director: Jakeb Anhvu

Betel Tree, The

Anh and Mang reflect on betel-chewing, teeth-lacquering and their displaced past while creating future memories for their grandchild, Tran.

Jakeb Anhvu will introduce the session on Monday 31 July, 5pm at Greater Union.


D/S Jakeb Anhvu P Steve Thomas, Marsha Emerman WS VCA School of Film & Television L Vietnamese w/English subtitles TD video/col/2005/15mins

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