Director:   Régis Wargnier
Year:   1992
Language:   French
Time:   150 minutes

"Indochine" won the Oscar for best foreign language film in 1992. Directed by Régis Wargnier, it is set during the French occupation of Southeast Asia in the 1930s. Catherine Deneuve plays a plantation owner who searches for her adopted Vietnamese daughter who has become a communist revolutionary.

Rated PG.


Review by Roger Ebert

Review by Nick Davis

French-language website detailing the filming of "Indochine" (includes excerpts from interviews with the director)