Saigon sur Marne

Between two household chores, an old couple tells their grand-daughter their life story between Vietnam and France, during the war. Since their first meeting, when they were 20, till today, they describe all the main steps of their relationship, talking about the exile, the immigration, sometime with humour, sometime with serious.

Director Bio

Aude Ha Leplege was born in 1990, in Paris. She is very interested in her family story, between France and Vietnam : in 2014, after she graduated from l’école de la Poudrière, she flew to Vietnam in order to discover that country she has heard a lot about but has never seen, and come back with a short-film project : Saigon on Marne. She moves to Brussels, to makes this film; it has been released in 2019. She still lives and works in Belgium.


  • Directed by:Aude Ha Leplège
  • Written by:Aude Ha Leplège
  • Produced by:Zorobabel & Novanima
  • Runtime:14 mins
  • Completion Date:January 22, 2019
  • Country of Origin:Belgium
  • Category:Animation
  • Selection:In Competition - Programme 6
  • Screening Time / Venue:
    Fri 16th - St. Catherine's Church - 10-11am
    / Sat 17th - St. Catherine's Church - 10-11am
  • Links: Website

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