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CÒN ĂN CƠM
have you eaten yet?
mẹ con (my mom) | 2022
Would she smile, knowing the tender care my mother puts into growing bitter melons? mẹ con intimately portrays the relationship between a vietnamese woman, the plants she grows, and memories of her mother.
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