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Thu Ha (born 1969 in Tuyen Quang) is a Vietnamese actress. In 2013 she was nominated for the Best Actress Award at the 17th National Film Festival for her performance in Nhin Ra Bien Ca (Looking to the Sea). [1] [ dead link ]

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References

  1. Festival jury considers best actress. Accessed 24 December 2013