Burmese Movies 2012

Myanmar Movies 2012

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From Lily Rothman @lilyrothmanAug. 16, 2012. Burmese harp is set against the backdrop of war.

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Biennial The Lady Movie Review & Film Summary (2012)

There was no way to see the bio "The Lady" without remembering "They Call It Myanmar": They are both in the once bewitched country of Burma, which, like its neighbour India, was ruled by colonial Britain, and India also gained its sovereignty in a disorganized way. It resulted in Burma in democratic election, the result of which was toppled by murder.

The British remained too long and walked too fast. Suu Kyi, always known as Suu Kyi, escaped to England after her father's murder, where she got to marry Oxford and had two undergraduates. In those years Burma vanished behind a veil of concealment and feud.

The Burmese stayed in exil, for being "westernized" could mean their arrest after their comeback. Suu Kyi only moved back to Burma for a face-to-face meeting, which the troubled general was said to be apolitical. This was not published, but the message went from head to toe and a vast number of people were overwhelming the effort of the policemen to contain it.

She was a powerful and obstinate lady - perhaps too obstinate, she once admitted to Michael - but it took an unwavering will to perform her part. The Lady " tells this tale under the direction of the productive filmmaker Luc Besson, who produces successful films about actions, sci-fi and martial art ("The Fifth Element", "Subway", "The Professional").

The Lady " has huge assets at his disposal, among them impressing mass shots in Thailand. In a way, the other movie I was talking about, "They Call It Myanmar", is an ham movie, however clever and sophisticated. Surreptitiously filmed with an High Definition video by Robert H. Lieberman, a Cornell University lecturer who tells a lot about Burmese politics and interviewed Suu Kyi himself.

Personally, she looks similar to the figure of Michelle Yeoh in "The Lady": she composes, calmly, resolutely, with a strong English emphasis. "but to me, They Call It Myanmar is more useful. Lieberman is answering a question Besson doesn't think he's asking.

This Besson movie, by Rebecca Frayn, is about a realistic live, but follows the tradition of the movie in such a faithful way that it is less con-firm. There' are too many home talks, too many recordings of Michael (David Thewlis) at home that look worried as they watch the newscast.

He' s at the moment of her first demonstration in Burma, and the movie deals with this significant incident mostly with reactions of his face in the enormous crowd: proud, anxious, smileful, anxious, light-hearted. Usually, he acts off-headed or startling and, this often, he's a confused book worm who puts his wife's policy above everything else.

He is also powerful in the movie and embodies the quality Suu Kyi seems to have. Youoh was the initial power behind this movie.

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