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SCANDAL VIETNAM VICTOR VU STEALS MOVIE, SCAMS VIETNAMESE, WANTS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS!

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Phim | SCANDAL VIETNAM VICTOR VU STEALS MOVIE, SCAMS VIETNAMESE, WANTS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS! | SCANDAL VIETNAM VICTOR VU STEALS MOVIE, SCAMS VIETNAMESE, WANTS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS!
SCANDAL VIETNAM VICTOR VU STEALS MOVIE, SCAMS VIETNAMESE, WANTS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS!
SCANDAL VIETNAM VICTOR VU STEALS MOVIE, SCAMS VIETNAMESE, WANTS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS!
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Plagiarism in dictionary is "closely imitating the work of another author without authorization and represent it as one's own, not crediting the original author". They need a new word for Mr Victor Vu's scandal in Vietnam: he doesn't just "closely imitate the work of another author", Mr Vu copies everything. And wait til you hear the press conference live tape where he tells people in Vietnam that similarities from A to Z (his own words) can't be avoided because "that's why Hollywood movies are called Hollywood movies". This Vietnamese movie scandal heated up after Mr Vu sent his plagiarised movie to Vietnamese and international film festivals looking to win international film festival awards with his plagiarised movie. His fraud and lies leave you with sadness and total disgust. http:vietnambreakingnews.com201210similarities-with-hollywood-flick-a-coincidence-director
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