The CARE’s mission is to provide a platform for emerging and established filmmakers alike to make bold artistic statements in a tenuous world. When politics fail, art must become the vehicle for the people to speak and be heard.
Nimble fingers in nomination for Official Awards at The C.A.R.E. International Film Awards‘, it will be screen on 14th of April at 18:50 in New York City, C-95.
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The movie has been developed together with a long research upon Vietnamese migrants women workers’ rights and their life conditions. The radical change that affects economy, environment and society offers the opportunity to reflect upon the old values and their re-adaptation in contemporary Vietnam. The sudden industrialization invades and changes totally people’s life, both on a concrete level and on a spiritual one. Many young people are thrown straight into new realities that are neither city nor villages: hard factory work, dormitory suburb district, and strong desire of a better future.
We think is fundamental to remember that workers’ rights is an important chapter of the International Bill of Human Rights. So we’ll be very glad to partecipate in CARE International Film Award with this documentary film by Parsifal Reparato, to bring the attention on one of the biggest industrial production center of the world, and on the theme of women workers’ exploitation. The story is narrated through the look of a young woman worker came from a remote Muong’s village, an ethnic minority never appeared on a cinema screen.