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The film “Nun Sister Huyen Trang” Saigon Ranger at the age of 72: retired colonel lives a wonderful life with his family

The film “Nun Sister Huyen Trang” Saigon Ranger at the age of 72: retired colonel lives a wonderful life with his family

“Nun Huyen Trang” in the movie Saigon Special Forces once echoed

Loan Thanh People’s Artist was born in 1951 in Hanoi. He was the fifth of eight children, none of whom worked in the arts. In 1967, artist Thanh Loan enrolled in the Army School of Arts just at the start of the war in the North. After graduation, she became an actress in the General Political Department’s theater troupe.

In 1973, the female artist started her artistic career in the film The man who returned to the reed field directed by Bach Diep, script written by writer Le Huu. After that, he continued to act in films War Chants, The Three Roses Plan, The Man Who Can’t Speak, The Forgotten Project

Nun Huyen Trang in the film Saigon Rangers at the age of 72: Retired colonel lives a wonderful life with his family - Photo 1.

People’s Artist Thanh Loan gave a strong impression when transforming into “Nun Huyen Trang” in the movie “Saigon Special Forces”.

In 1986, People’s Artist Thanh Loan made a deep impression on the screen through the role of nun Huyen Trang – a female commando soldier wearing a monk’s robe in the film. Saigon Special Forces by director Long Van. To this day, many viewers still remember the pure and loving beauty, especially Thanh Loan’s deep and alluring velvet eyes in the film.

According to the female artist’s share, fate brought her to the movies Saigon Special Forces very coincidental. During a business trip to Ho Chi Minh City, People’s Artist Thanh Loan had the opportunity to meet painter Trinh Thai, the principal art designer for the film. Through the painter Trinh Thai, he found out that the film crew Saigon Special Forces Filmed for a year but still haven’t found the role of nun Huyen Trang.

Seeing this, artist Thanh Loan immediately asked to read the script. Felt that nun Huyen Trang’s role was very good, she is a character with a lot of acting and personality, so she asked the agency for permission to go filming.

Nun Huyen Trang in the film Saigon Rangers at the age of 72: A retired colonel leads a wonderful life with his family - Photo 2.

People’s Artist Loan Thanh shared that the role of nun Huyen Trang came to him as destiny and he considers it the happiest turning point in his artistic life.

To play this role, People’s Artist Thanh Loan had to cut his long hair, go to a temple to teach monks how to walk, and how to behave like a monk. He even went for alms in the hot Saigon sun. Thanks to this dedication, he has contributed to resounding success Saigon Special Forces.

Later, while sharing about the role of a lifetime, artist Thanh Loan told Dan Tri: “For me, the role of a female warrior, nun Huyen Trang, came to me like fate and I consider it the most beautiful high point in my artistic life. Every time I mention it, my heart always rises. Feel proud to have a role for life, live forever with time”.

However, nun Huyen Trang is also the last role in the artistic life of Thanh People’s Artist Loan. After the success of the film Saigon Special Forceshe received many offers, but all were turned down because he could not find a suitable script or a character capable of overcoming the shadows of the past.

Instead of acting, artist Thanh Loan focuses on the work of broadcaster, director, then Deputy Director of Police Film Studios. He retired with the rank of colonel.

Simple life with family at the age of 72 years

In contrast to the bad luck and misfortune of the characters in the film, in real life, People’s Artist Thanh Loan has a peaceful life with her husband, a professor. Doctor of Mathematics, 10 years older than him. Two people must be fated through an arranged marriage.

At that time, her husband’s aunt, a reformed radio director, thought Thanh Loan was beautiful, agile and dignified, so she introduced him to her granddaughter who had just returned from studying abroad. Impressed by her husband’s handsome beauty, knowledgeable, gentle and reserved, People’s Artist Thanh Loan fell in love from the first meeting.

Nun Huyen Trang in the film Saigon Rangers at the age of 72: A retired colonel leads a wonderful life with his family - Photo 3.

After knowing each other for more than a year, the two got into the flower car at the end of 1974. At this time, the war was in a fierce stage, so their marriage also presented an atmosphere of war, simple but comfortable. The bride and groom passed each other on bicycles, but compared to that time, they had had enough.

Experiencing many ups and downs, People’s Artist Loan Thanh and her husband’s love grew stronger. They have two children together. Until now, in her 70s, this female artist enjoys peaceful and simple days with her family.

After selling her newly built house in Kim Ma Thuong, Ba Dinh, she and her husband bought an apartment to climb and have extra savings in the bank.

People’s Artist Loan Thanh added that he enjoys a Colonel pension, much higher than many of his peers. So that he can live comfortably, without having to depend on his children.

Nun Huyen Trang in the film Saigon Rangers at the age of 72: A retired colonel leads a wonderful life with his family - Photo 4.

At the age of 72, Thanh People’s Artist Loan is content with a peaceful and simple life

Moreover, despite her retirement, the female artist is still active in the Association, serving as Vice-President of the Hanoi Literature and Arts Association, Vice-President in charge of the Hanoi Cinema Association…“When you reach retirement age, you can join work associations to interact with friends and have more fun in old age. That way you won’t be stagnant, live a happy and healthy life without disturbing your children and grandchildren.”he confessed Family & Society.

Now, the children of Thanh People’s Artist Loan are adults, have their own families, and their grandchildren are studying in Australia. Sometimes, when she can manage time and health, the female artist will visit her granddaughter with her children to combine tourism. At 72 years old, his life is arguably complete and complete.

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