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The Twin Diamonds

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Country :
Cambodia
Language :
Khmer
Genre :
Asian
Director :
Davy Chou
Writer :
Davy Chou
Tags :
sisters

The Twin Diamonds

  • Cambodia
  • 2009
  • 45 minutes
  • Asian

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Country :
Cambodia
Language :
Khmer
Genre :
Asian
Director :
Davy Chou
Writer :
Davy Chou
Tags :
sisters
Lyda, a university student, lost a valuable item, in which nobody knows what exactly the item is or where it is at. A cleaner spots a man with a dog. That night, two strange people exchange a dog in a deserted land. The day after, the cleaner recognizes the dog in front of the school and brings it inside the school. They decide to follow the dog. Vutha, the volunteer, follows the dog and discovers a group of young gangsters in an old abandoned building. Hidden, Vutha hears that the gangsters killed Lydas’ father. Trying to escape, Vutha slips and he gangsters fire at him. Seila, another student, was walking in the streets when he heard the gunshots. He finds his friend Vutha dead. He takes Vutha's phone. Seila meets Lyda in the streets and tells her about the incident. They look at a video Vutha took with his phone while listening to the gangsters, but then they see among the group a girl with exactly the same necklace Lyda inherits. Seila, confused, gets scared and escapes from Lyda. But suddenly someone hits him in the face and he knocks out. When Seila wakes up, he sees the girl in the video, with the same necklace, speaking with Lyda. The other girl, named Lina, explains to Lyda that she belongs to the gangsters group, but that when they wanted to kill Lyda’s dad, then the dad saw Lina’s necklace and explained to her that she was his daughter. Lina believed him, but couldn’t succeed in saving her dad from the gangsters. The two sisters, crying, turn to reconciliation.
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