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In rural Thailand, the buffalo is a revered animal to the farmers who work with and care for them. They are symbols of Hard Work, Patience, Strength and Loyalty. In the big cities of Thailand the word has taken on another meaning. It's now also a derogatory way of describing someone from the rural provinces; someone who works hard and doesn't think or talk too much.
Let's take a closer look at Stam and Pet's lives, and see which category they, and the 30,000 kids who fight for their families, fall into.
BUFFALO GIRLS is the story of two eight-year-old Thai girls seeking their country's national Muay Thai championship and a cash prize that could change their families' lives forever.
Starring Stam Sor Con Lek, Pet Chor Chanachai
Directed by Todd Kellstein
Running Time - 1:06
Genre - Documentary
Opened in Theaters - Wednesday, November 14th, 2012
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