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by Mattie Do


An old man walks the dusty roads between his isolated farm and the nearby rural village in the company of a silent spirit whose death he witnessed fifty years earlier. For decades, the old man's regret over losing his mother to tuberculosis has bred a pathological need to ease the suffering of the terminally ill, and over the years, he has quietly euthanized several sick women. As he realizes that his spectral companion is able to transport him back in time, the old man trespasses into his own past to set in motion a plan to convince his younger self to preempt his mother's terminal suffering.

international title: The Long Walk
original title: Bor Mi Vanh Chark
country: Laos, Spain, Singapore
sales agent: 108 Media (SG)
year: 2019
genre: fiction
directed by: Mattie Do
film run: 116'
screenplay: Christopher Larsen
cast: Yannawoutthi Chanthalungsy, Por Silatsa, Noutnapha Soydara, Vilouna Phetmany, Chansamone Inoudom
cinematography by: Matthew Whitcomb Macar
film editing: Zohar Michel
art director: Thana Maykaoumput, Chatchai Chaiyon
producer: Mattie Do, Douangmany Soliphanh, Christopher Larsen, Annick Mahnert, Justin Deimen
production: Screen Division, Lao Art Media (LA), Aurora Media (SG)

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