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Dearest Sister

Mattie Do

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Edition:


2016

Section:


Noves Visions Plus

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Synopsis:


Nok leaves her village headed for the big city. Once there, Nok moves in with her cousin Ana, confined to her home because of a strange disease that is leaving her blind as well as bringing her face to face with violent supernatural encounters, after which she mumbles a series of numbers predicting the winning lottery tickets. Will Nok be capable of getting rich off of her cousin’s anguish?

Director biography:


Mattie Do

Born in Los Angeles, in 2010 she moved to Laos and entered the local cinematic circuit. Her debut film, Chanthaly (13), made her the first woman to ever direct a movie in her country.

Cast & Crew:



LAOS / FRANCE / ESTONIA, 2016

Director
Mattie Do

Producer
Douangmany Soliphanh, Mattie Do, Christopher Larsen, Sten Salubre, Helen Lohmus, Annick Mahnert

Screenplay
Christopher Larsen

Cinematography
Mart Ratassepp

Visual Effects
David Scherer

With
Amphaiphun Phommapunya, Vilouna Phetmany

Original Language:


English and others

Subtitles:


English, Spanish, Catalan

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