The HCM City Television and private film companies are cooperating in both human resources and finance to produce TV series that highlight urban life.
Two new films, Khong Co Gi Va Khong Mot Ai (Nothing and No One) and Dao Khat (The Thirsty Island), began filming this month, featuring the ambition and challenges of young people today.
Directed by Tran My Ha and Nguyen Phuong Nam, the shows are expected to win over audiences particularly youth
The M&T Pictures’ 15-part show Khi Em Da Lon (Growing Up) and Lasta’s 35-part Nguoi Thuong Ke Nho (The Love) feature difficulties in life and work that young women face every day. The TV series will be aired next week.
“Through Nguoi Thuong Ke Nho, young women will gain a deeper insight into love, career and life, and discover ways to overcome hardships,” said the film’s director Quyen Loc.
“The script showed me the many challenges that young women face. The hectic lifestyle they undertake produces many problems,” he said.
Nguoi Thuong Ke Nho is a new topic for Loc and he is eagerly awaiting a response from his target audience.
“I love this series and my role. I hope that urban youth will see themselves in the leading characters,” said actress Kim Hien, who plays a beautiful woman who has the power to overcome her problems.
Kieu Hanh of M&T Pictures said her company had worked with partners to produce five TV series, all portraying the life and work of young people, which will be completed later this year.
The films will be broadcast on HTV channels and channels of provincial stations.