The film “Don’t burn” on a female doctor during the anti-US war won overseas Vietnamese audience’s favour after it was screened at the Viethaus in the German capital city of Berlin on August 22.

Vietnamese Ambassador to Germany Do Hoa Binh and his wife along with Vietnamese people in Germany attended the event.

“Don’t burn” was produced in 2008 based on a diary kept by army doctor Dang Thuy Tram of the liberation army during the most violent wartime in the battlefield in the central province of Quang Ngai.

Tram fell down on the battlefield at the age of 27 and her diary was found by a US soldier who persevered it for 35 years before returning it to Tram’s family.

At their talks with director Minh after the film show, the Vietnamese audience said they hoped he would make a film on the life and career of the Vietnamese community in Germany./.