Tida Sok Puos

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Tida Sok Puos
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Directed by Hui Kung
Produced by Hui Kung
Starring Kong Som Eun
Dy Saveth
Release date
  • 1973 (1973)

Tida Sok Puos (Khmer : ធីតាសក់ពស់) or Snake Hair is a 1973 Cambodian film directed by Hui Kung starring Kong Som Eun, Dy Saveth, and Mandoline.





The film is considered the most iconic of "one of the most notable faces of the golden age of Khmer cinema", Dy Saveth. [1]

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  1. Nou, Sotheavy (2023-03-28). "Day One of CIFF "Sprouts": Snake Girl Drops In". Cambodia International Film Festival. Retrieved 2023-06-09.