Why August


January 18, 2022

August Star is a revolutionary war film directed by People's Artist Tran Dac, produced in 1976 in Hanoi.


In the warm atmosphere of celebrating the national reunification day, which also coincides with the 30th anniversary of the August Revolution and the National Day of September 2, the key figures of Feature Film Studio I decided to make a movie set in the background of the film. pre-insurrection years. However, due to many difficult objective factors, the film was only filmed between 1975 and 1976 to be released.


Volume 1: Spring storm Hanoi in mid-1945, at the exhibition victory over Nazi Germany, while the citizens of the Allied bloc were jubilant, the pro-Japanese Vietnamese people's faces darkened. Just then, General Kawasaki led Japanese soldiers to shoot and kill the French officer. At the same time, the anti-Japanese leaflets that Nhu and Kien stuffed on the ceiling fan flew around. A Viet Minh flag flew over the rioting crowd, signaling an impending hurricane. Nhu is a Dong Khanh schoolgirl who soon escaped to work in the revolution. She applied to Yen Phu Power Plant to work as a worker and propagate the revolution while she was pregnant. Occasionally, she is sent to Hung Yen as a crab-picker and nun to create a secret base. And Kien is an alumnus of Buoi School, the son of one of the most prestigious intellectuals in Hanoi. Kien has a sister, Kieu Trinh, who often hangs out with the French salon political world. When the Japanese entered, he became close with General Kawasaki. Meanwhile, Tonkin society seemed to be deeply polarized: Contrasting the dire poverty of the majority of the population was the lavish lifestyle of officials and landowners. The countryside became desolate, ruined with full of crying and hungry corpses. After realizing some of the masses, Viet Minh cadres mobilized their compatriots to attack the granaries of the landowners' mandarins, but the situation only solved a few problems. Episode 2: Autumn revival After ousting the French, Japanese generals and officers fell into debauchery, turning Hanoi into a dirty slut. Kieu Trinh hoped to rely on the Japanese army to rise up in the political world of Tonkin, but the case of Kawasaki killing Kien in the crowd of protesters caused her to fall into a stalemate, only knowing how to drown in alcohol. humiliation about the scandal "you killed me". The pregnancy in Nhu's belly grew bigger and bigger, making her no longer able to actively participate in secret work. The comrades took her to the hospital, after giving birth, they asked the doctors to disguise themselves as a nurse to hide from the secret police and the gendarmerie. When meeting Professor Trung again (father Kien and Trinh), Nhu revealed that it was Kien's blood, and thus his death did not lose meaning. In the face of increasing pressure from the masses and the desperate situation in the Pacific battlefield, General Kawasaki on behalf of the Japanese army agreed to make concessions and no longer interfere in the mass movement of Indochina. The Japanese troops, which were scattered throughout Hanoi, were ordered to gradually withdraw into the barracks, only on weekends were they allowed to leave the camp to go to the discotheque. But right at the entertainment venues, diners began to talk about activities

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