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A rough cut of this film was released in 2016. We had downtime with the coronavirus pandemic, so we decided to apply everything we’ve learned about filmmaking in the last four years to make a newly remastered version of Faces You Forget, with entirely redone color grading, sound mixing and other polishes. We hope you enjoy the film – Bui Vien has changed a lot in the last four years, but the messages in this film are as true as ever.

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In Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Bui Vien street lies in stark contrast to the rest of the city. A place where cultures collide as thirsty backpackers mingle with hard-up local sellers. Faces You Forget explores this unusual and strained relationship and delves into the lives of the Vietnamese sellers who call this strange place home.

Directed by Will Snyder and Sean Lambe, Irregular Film.


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