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Toi and Poochie (2004)

Promised the good life in America by an American Leacher, a Tahi women is left on her own to survive in LA. Tennis being her only great skill, she and her only friend, a homeless african ... See full summary »

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Varatorn Amestbutr ...
Tennis Player
Chris Astoyan ...
Johnny's Son
John Astoyan ...
Johnny
Oapboon Boonklong ...
Angry Tennis Gambler
Kanogwan Boonmee ...
Toi's Sister
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Barry
Kimie Calvert ...
Condo Lady
Stout Chankrint ...
Thai Tennis Instructor
Bill Cleavelin ...
Mr. Chuck
Somkiat Cramer ...
Thai Restaurant Manager
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Kevin
Ducan Ewart ...
Handsome Party Guest
Karen Ewart ...
Curious Party Guest
Stephen Gerard ...
Homeless Man
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Promised the good life in America by an American Leacher, a Tahi women is left on her own to survive in LA. Tennis being her only great skill, she and her only friend, a homeless african american boy devise a plan to make money and survive in America. Written by Fred Calvert

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A Struggle for the American Dream

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$150,000 (estimated)
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