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Rated NR · 66 min. · 2012

Documentary

In rural Thailand, the buffalo is revered by farmers and symbolizes work, patience, strength, and loyalty. In the big cities of Thailand, the word "Buffalo" has taken on another meaning - a derogatory way of describing someone from the provinces; someone who works hard but doesn't think or talk much. This is the story of two young girls, Stam and Pet, to whom both definitions apply.

Official Site: www.buffalogirlsthemovie.com
Director: Todd Kellstein
Writer: Todd Kellstein
Producer: Lanette Phillips, Jonathon Ker and Michael Pierce
Cast: Stam Sor Con Lek and Pet Chor Chanachai

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