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Covert, sorrowful romance between two Myanmar young men had trouble in their lifelong companionship after being wed. As Jaden, who grew up in the USA, returned to his native Myanmar to look for his origins, he discovered a shockin' reality, a new kind of affection and finally a possible home town.
A group of immigrant refugees from Burma's conflict in Thailand in search of new live. The Myanmar Goes Democrazy is a film about living in a state on the threshold of inequality. Sixty years of dictatorial rule have gone together with scepticism and enthusiasm. There are five individuals from different walks of life who show their perspective on a radically different country:
They have in Common the politics of their home state, which has been a dictatorial army since 1962. You talk about your fight, your expectation and your view of management. This is still quite a danger in Myanmar. The 90-minute movie confront us with tales between past and present, which are about fitting suppressed histories into a still -winning world.
Inaugurated Memory Film Festival next months in Yangon
From November 4 to 13 in Yangon, the Memory Movie Festival will show classical Myanmar and foreign films. Mya Ganaing ", a classical Myanmar movie, is the first movie on the program. It' a movie in silence. This is the first classical Myanmar movie to be transformed into a fully featured binary document.
A full timetable for the event will be published at a later date. It is open to the general public and free of cost. The Memory Movie is an annual event in Yangon. In this year we will show some of the classics from around the globe. Filmmakers from all over the globe will visit the movies and talk to the audiences.
"The goal of the biennial is to receive classical and iconic movies from all over the globe. This will be of value to new generation filmmakers as it presents and offers workshops on the latest developments in filmmaking," said Myanmar Movie Association's Representative for Foreign Affairs, Mr Sawzin Tun.