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Dropping Cannonballs

At Water’s Edge // Dau Ngoc – Directed by Do Van Hoang

“Love, history, Viet Nam” doesn’t exactly sum-up this quite complicated little short documentary about a swimming hole along the red river in Hanoi. I’ve heard of this place through some people that have frequented the rather famous spot. It is nice to get a short glimpse into this mythical place to see that it really does exist.

Questions come up as to why nudity is not allowed in VietNam, or why it is frowned upon, or why it is only attached to ideas of pornography instead of something that is as natural as the river flowing in front of us. Juxtapose this with a side story of a single mother struggling to raise her children; confessing in front of the camera and being treated like shit by a man on the rivers edge, I am unsure how it all fits together.

There are no answers to the questions posed in this documentary but it seems that if we keep on swimming no one will question what lies under the water.

- withlove, kneechi