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Humiliating": Burma moviemakers mock GGBT fellowship
Thamada Cinema in Yangon shows great new posters every few week to advertise the latest Myanmar cinematic. Huge personalities meet larger-than-life postures. There is the young masculine protagonist, the naughty little woman, the broody matrixarch and - almost inevitably - the clumsy nature of legionna. This is the only way to portray a person from the city of Thamada and the country: fools, laughing.
"Those people in the movies are wearing funny attires. They're over-the-top comedians. Whilst the land strolls forward through fast pace of socioeconomic change, the dominating presence of the local communities in the movie is persistently backward. &PROUD co-director and programme manager of Colors Rainbow GGBT Network Ko Hla Myat Tun said openly that the depiction of GGBT character in Myanmar movies is "all negative".
"Film-makers humiliate the LAGBT community," he said, and added that these representations make it hard to foster "equality and non-discrimination. The weekend was addressed to the head of the Myanmar Motion Picture Organisation Panchi Soe Moe, who said that "because of the state of the country's politics, economy, society and education, those who enjoy watching comedic films are able to do so.
U Aung Myo Min, however, emphasized that these accounts have a great influence on the general comprehension of the group: "The authors of the book, U Aung Myo Min, have a great influence on the general perception of the group: the LGBT: "to harass and ridicule all those who work for LGBT." Perhaps the most disturbing aspect is that sexually explicit figures of the group often deny their sex - to the joy of the viewers.
Aung Myo Min said that U Aung Myo Min's men and ladies of the GGBT are "miraculously healed" and "shot at the end of the film ahead". Here a rural transcendental lady is moving to the town - only to become a homosexual man again and be happy. "A lot of films encourage the misunderstanding that gayness can be healed.... It's like it' s a disease," said U Aung Myo Min.
She also spoke to esteemed regional directors and movie professionals to get their views on Myanmar's majorstream offering. Thaiddhi, co-founder of the Wathann Filmfestival - one of the country's best-known festivals - said that as a rule lives of livestock are depicted as either "comic figures" or "sex offenders". This is particularly the case in clapstick comedies, in which "you can even see performers and other protagonists depicting these stereotypical characters".
The filmmaker Lamin Oo, named by President Barack Obama during a 2014 Yangon address, said he was frustrated that the contents of the Yangon GGBT consist primarily of "male figures dressed up as females to get cheesy laughter from the audience". He quoted the advances in other domestic movie submarkets around the contents of the LAGBT and quoted the recently produced "nuanced and touching" The Dane Girl and the "brilliant and funny" Philippine movie Anita's Last Chain Chain.
"It is a lost chance here, I think, because the tales of life in lgt can become beautiful movies," he said. "Burma still has a long way to go."