While we've been sitting around complaining about how Hollywood ruins all our precious little memories, turns out rural Thailand has been quietly working out their own fun way of profiting off ravaged childhoods: fighting little girls! The documentary Buffalo Girls (sorry, no relation to the 1995 Calamity Jane TV movie with Anjelica Huston) follows two such lil' fighters, eight-year-old girls who help support their poor farming families by training and later clobbering each other before a cheering crowd that's acting like this is not crazy to watch.
Here's the trailer. It's going to be so fucked up when we find a professional athlete doing this in his basement:
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