“We have art in order to not die of the truth.” -Friedrich Nietzsche
The documentary tells the story of renowned concert pianist Dang Thai Son and his mother, Thai Thi Lien (Madame Lien), and their passion for music that transcended all odds. They are known in Vietnam as the first family of classical music. “The Cannon and the Flower” will bring their story to American audiences for the first time
The documentary will combine interviews with Dang Thai Son and Madame Lien, their music, historic footage, animation and multimedia content via tablet. You can view various aspects of the transmedia project HERE or you can Read more about the project...
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