1.Do you like to watch films?
I absolutely love watching movies. It is a way to experience how others live. Each of us can only have one life but we can experience so many different lifestyles in movies. It is kind of temporarily putting oneself into another world.
2.Do you prefer foreign films or Vietnamese films?
I’m much more into imported films rather than domestically produced ones, because of a thing called cultural exposure. People in different countries have different cultural norms and ideas that come across in their film-making. To me, that’s important for broadening our horizons.
3.How often do you go to a cinema to watch a movie?
I’m not really keen on watching films in the cinema. Therefore, I only go there when I have to meet my friends, or sometimes when there is a blockbuster that I want to see immediately.
4.Do Vietnamese people like to go to a cinema to watch a film?
I would say yes. I can see that movie theaters have become an important part of Vietnamese life, and cinemas are packed whenever blockbusters are released. People like to go to a cinema to watch films since they can enjoy the live sound and images on the big screen and spectacular special effects always have a wide appeal to audiences.
5.What kinds of movies do you like best?
I like adventure ones. They excite me, they keep me in anticipation, waiting to see amazing visual effects, hear great soundtracks, cry, be scared, laugh, and think.
6.What was the first film that you watched?
Well, it’s hard to remember exactly. I guess it should be an animated film like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs or Nupakachi, which were the most popular films among children at my age in the 1990s.