“Tam Cam: The Untold” is inspired by the fairy tale Tam Cam. Father died early, the stepmother and Cam bullying Tam until she meet Prince (Isaac) and became his wife. However, the story of the film much is still not mentioned in the fairy tale “Cinderella”, will be the first time Ngo Thanh Van transmission of movies using new image and unique.
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An abused beagle runs away from his owner. On the road, he meets young Marty Preston and follows him home. The boy immediately forms a bond with the dog and names him Shiloh. His stern father won’t let him keep the dog because it belongs to Judd Travers, a local hunter. After Shiloh is mistreated again, he runs away and returns to Marty. Knowing his father will once again make him bring Shiloh back to Judd, he makes a home for the dog in an old shed up the hill from the Prestons’ house and hides him from his family. His secret is soon discovered when a stray attacks the dog one night and he must turn to his father for help.
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