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    Living with the Tiger

    Imagine being born with a life threatening disease, losing both of your parents, and then being abandoned by society...

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    Living with the Tiger

    Directed by Mike Thomas 2014 84 min
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    An award-winning documentary that follows the lives of a remarkable group of Aids orphans from a small village in rural Thailand, that have been abandoned by society. The extraordinary story is framed by the children's preparations for a performance in a play based on the best-selling book by Yann Martel, 'Life of Pi'.

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    Living with the Tiger

    An award-winning documentary that follows the lives of a remarkable group of Aids orphans from a small village in rural Thailand, that have been abandoned by society. The extraordinary story is framed by the children's preparations for a performance in a play based on the best-selling book by Yann Martel, 'Life of Pi'.

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