"That girl. She always makes me shout. If we're not careful, she'll turn rotten like an English child".
Mai is impulsive, intelligent, independent and growing up fast. As well as realising from a young age that her family are nursing deep wounds and secrets, she also has to navigate her dual identity as a second generation immigrant.
Having escaped war-torn Vietnam, her family's individual journeys and memories have left scars that Mai was too young to understand. Embracing their silence; Mai's camera becomes a conduit through which her journey of
Summer Rolls by critically-acclaimed actress Tuyen Do (National Theatre's The Great Wave) is a sweeping family saga that examines the Nguyen family's life in Britain. This marks a seminal moment as the first British Vietnamese play to be staged in the United Kingdom.