Que la barque se brise, que la jonque s'entrouvre
|Que la barque se brise, que la jonque s'entrouvre|
|Directed by||Rithy Panh|
|Written by||Rithy Panh|
|Distributed by||Catherine Dussart Productions|
Que la barque se brise, que la jonque s'entrouvre (Literally, "Let the boat break its back, let the junk break open") is a 2001 French-Cambodian made-for-television romantic-drama film directed by Rithy Panh.
This telefilm describes the meeting between Cambodian restaurateur Bopha ("flower"), a survivor of the genocide of the Khmer Rouge, and a Vietnamese man named Mihn, a "boat people" refugee who drives a taxi at night and works as a deliveryman during the day for his uncle's grocery store.
- Vantha Talisman as Bopha
- Éric Nguyen as Mihn
- Molica Kheng as Lacksmey
- Chamroeun Na as Yeay Mean
- Amara Tan as Naline
|This article about a 2000s romantic drama film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|
|This article related to a French film of the 2000s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|
|This article related to Cambodian film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|