Actress Veronica Ngo is no stranger to action cinema with credits like The Rebel and Once Upon A Time In Vietnam. Her most recent appearance in Yuen Woo-Ping's Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword Of Destiny services another noteworthy example of her skillset in front of the camera, while she's now ready to show off the finished result of her latest foray into fantasy folklore with the her newest, Tam Cam: The Untold.
A few teasers have already made their way online this year following its production in late 2015 and with a release set for next month, a brand new trailer is now out with leading pair, actress Ha Vi and actor Ninh Duong Lan Ngoc leading the film inspired by the classic tale of Cinderella. Also starring are veteran comedic talents Thanh Loc, Ngoc Giau and Huu Chau and for all these and more, the trailer gives you plenty of glossy visuals (some shots better crafted than others) to admire along with some sweeping swordplay action to help stimulate things a bit.
Check out the trailer below!
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