Children of Bangkok

Australia, 1971

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Episode of Series “Our Asian Neighbours: Thailand”.
The film follows three Bangkok boys, from different economic classes through a typical day. One boy is the son of an Army colonel in the upper middle class, the second, the son of a middle-class shopkeeper and the third, the son of a lower class migrant farm worker. The film shows a cross section of life in Bangkok.

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