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Girl Shows Compassion to Prisoner of War in Thailand


Added on May 12, 2015

Length: 03:56 | Comments: 1

Thai mobile company TrueMove, which you'll remember from the world-famous "Giving" spot in 2013, is back with another gem - a stirring, cinematic spot in which the daughter of a charity worker visits a Thai woman who helped her father when he was a prisoner of war in World War II. The ad, which shows how a brave act of kindness can change a life, is part of a campaign called "The True Meaning of Giving," which is backed by a group of Thailand charities. One of the actors in the spot writes in the YouTube comments that it references a POW camp in Kanchanaburi, Thailand, where the Japanese forced prisoners to build a railway bridge over the River Kwai.

Channels: Causes   TV & Commercials   Military & War  

Tags: Thailand,  POW,  TrueMove,  true  meaning  of  giving,  prisoner  of  war,  peasant  girl,  charity,  inspiration 


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