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[Video] Short Film Perfectly Captures Slices of Life in Vietnam

Unlike some of the more pensive Vietnamese travel videos we’ve come across in the past, Oliver Astrologo’s “Reverie of Vietnam” is a short film composed almost entirely of quick and explosive cuts.


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The clip is a patchwork of scenes filmed across Vietnam, from verdant landscapes to busy city streets captured on Astrologo’s 1,650-kilometer trek from Hanoi to Phu Quoc. 

[Reverie of Vietnam from Oliver Astrologo on Vimeo]

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