| Ðoạt hồn
Thoroughly generic but effective tale of demonic possession from Vietnam.
How to Fight in Six Inch Heels
| Âm mưu giầy gót nhọn
Enjoyably fluffy rom-com motors along on technique and the cast's energy.
| Quả tim máu
Solid horror mystery keeps its best for last, relying on multiple plot twists.
Hollow fills Vietnam cinemas
By Stephen Cremin
Tue, 22 July 2014, 19:20 PM (HKT)
The film — released with an NC-16 rating on 18 Jul 2014 — is about a child who is seemingly possessed when she is returned to her family, after she nearly drowns in a river by a remote village.
Hollow was first-placed in Vietnam over the weekend, ahead of new releases A Million Ways to Die in the West and Planes 2: Fire & Rescue (2014), and the still-on-release Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Trần's previous film as a director, romantic comedy How To Fight in Six Inch Heels Âm mưu giầy gót nhọn (2013), made VND7.5 billion (US$354,000) in its first four days on release in Oct 2013.
Hollow is financed, distributed and represented internationally by BHD Co Ltd.