The message of the documentary film helps people to better understand the mystery of life and death, optimism in life, living in a meaningful way, not living forever, living wasted. Above all to do good to have a better life or what we must do in the face of death.
Venerable Thich Duc Thien
On the morning of December 30, at the electronic operating center of the Vietnam Buddhist Church Central Standing Office in Ho Chi Minh City, the Board of Directors of the Vietnam Buddhist Church announced the documentary film Bardo – The mystery of life and death.
This documentary film is produced by the Buddhist Church of Vietnam through the television channel An Vien. People’s Artist Nguyen Hoang Lam is the director. Venerable Thich Duc Thien and People’s Artist Nguyen Hoang Lam wrote the script.
The film consists of 5 episodes, exploited through true stories in reality. Those are the characters who have moments of death, then live again thanks to a magical energy.
Venerable Thich Duc Thien (standing) shared about the documentary – Photo: PHUONG NAM
Venerable Thich Duc Thien, a Ph.D. in Buddhism, said: “The difficulty of the film is finding characters and how to approach real stories outside of books.
The story is expressed and conveyed in actual language, not in literary language or dry terms and concepts.
These incomprehensible stories are explained in depth by the monks and venerable monks from the Buddhist and scientific perspective.
Venerable Thich Hue Thong (left cover) shares the meaningful message of the documentary – Photo: PHUONG NAM
Venerable Thich Hue Thong, Chief of the II Central Office of the Vietnam Buddhist Church, said: “This is the first documentary film of the Vietnam Buddhist Church to answer questions and doubts in life. Human that most of us ask, where do we come from, where do we live for and die?
The film also shows the improvement and change in the way of teaching the Dharma in the 4.0 era, which is considered a breakthrough of the Vietnam Buddhist Church “.
Bardo – The mystery of life and death The first premiere on the VieON app, at 20:30 every Tuesday, from January 5, 2021. The documentary will then be broadcast on An Vien television and on Internet application platforms.