All about the Lotus

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Le Lotus dans tous ses états

All about the Lotus

by Philippe Rostan

Vietnam, France

 

Le Lotus dans tous ses états

Director: Philippe Rostan

Script: Philippe Rostan

Cinematographer: Wilfrid Sempé, Charles Rostan

Editing: Nguyen Minh-Tam

Sound: Xavier Piroëlle

Mix: Bruno Tarrière

Music: Charles Nguyen Kim

Production:
Filmover Production
11-17 rue de la Chine
75020 Paris

Sales:
Insomnia World Sales
21 rue St Guilhem
34000 Montpellier
Tel: 0033-4.99.61.08.35
Fax: 0033-4.67.59.94.97
Mail: contact@insomnia-sales.com

Year: 2011

Betanum, Color, 56 min, French Version

Vietnam built its identity through a tumultuous history: colonization, wars, communism, free market. What is today Vietnam’s choice for future, within the context of globalization and the threat for its environment? Tradition and modernity here seem to nurture each other and coexist without exclusion. It is the image of the lotus, the symbol for all aspects of Vietnamese society, which guides the audience throughout this exploration and search of what represents the soul of Vietnam. The lotus is the national emblem of Vietnam. Omnipresent in Vietnamese history and culture, it has embodied purity and beauty for thousands of years. Brought from India by the Buddhists, this sacred flower is the symbol of wisdom and awakening.

 
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