An old Laotian hermit discovers that the ghost of a road accident victim can transport him back in time fifty years to the moment of his mother's painful death. An atypical ghost story, The Long Walk takes unexpected turns as it traverses the distorted mind of someone who has suffered a deep childhood trauma. Mattie Do's camera and bold narrative gracefully combine to craft a film that defies categorization, confirming the director as a brave new artist in Southeast Asian cinema — a strong, singular voice in the male-dominated landscape of the region.
|Original Title||The Long Walk|
|German Title||The Long Walk|
|French Title||La longue marche|
|Other Titles||The Long Walk|
|Directed by||Mattie Do|
|Country||Lao, People's Democratic Republic|
Texts as well as any visual and audio material on the website of the trigon-film foundation are intended for reporting on the respective film or the promotion of the theatrical release. The material is available free of charge only for reporting on the respective film or its promotion. Any other usage is forbidden through copyright and has to be discussed with trigon-film. Passing on the material to a third party in return for payment or for free is strictly prohibited. The copyright reference © trigon-film.org is mandatory. By using our material you accept our copyright regulations!