The best Burmese Classic Movies

Best classic Burmese movies

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In the evenings, everyone, I don't know much about Burmese movies and I think some of our overseas members would really be interested in learning about Burmese film. So, our member from Myanmar could tell us what her favourite film from Burma is, maybe you can put in a top 3? Then maybe we can have a shot at seeing the best one.

Hello Max, I can't really tell you what the best Burmese film is, haven't seen or understood much, because the ones I've seen aren't synchronized or have no caption. A thing that astonished me in the movies I saw; actually most of them were on the coach, on the way from one place to another; you can find the same cast in many movies.

Of the maybe eight or ten Burmese movies I saw some of the actor 3 or 4 time and more when you look at some of the trailer that were broadcast. So I' m sorry to ask you a supplementary to your query, but is it common for Burmese actresses to appear in many films?

Is there only a few normal comedians? Was it just a chance and I saw movies with very well-known actresses, which would account for the different phenomena? Hello Max, I can't really tell you what the best Burmese film is, haven't seen or understood much, because the ones I've seen aren't synchronized or have no caption.

A thing that astonished me in the movies I saw; actually most of them were on the coach, on the way from one place to another; you can find the same cast in many movies. Of the maybe eight or ten Burmese movies I saw some of the actor 3 or 4 time and more when you look at some of the trailer that were broadcast.

So I' m sorry to ask you a supplementary to your query, but is it common for Burmese actresses to appear in many films? Is there only a few normal comedians? Was it just a chance and I saw movies with very well-known actresses, which would account for the different phenomena? The Burmese movies in recent years have been very good.

However, today the bad movies and the value of the arts in our films have disappeared. The majority of films shown in movie theaters are fun films, but for me they're not fun at all. There' are few dramas in the movies, but folks don't see them often, because we can guesswork what the ending would look like, and they're always lampoon.

Burmese film audiences are more than just dramatic films. I hardly see Burmese films in the theater because I have the feeling that it is a waste of my own free will. These are some of the most well-known films I know and which have been very much loved until now. There' s a good film that was shown recently.

It' a good film with an Anglophone caption. Hello Ingyin, thank you for your insight, I have actually seen a few movies that I think are new, and I couldn't really say that it was great movies, it's really like a B-series film. You' re saying these films are the Burmese people's favorite?

You know where it is possible to find the four films you have posted on the web, can you find any download page for Burmese films? Can I find them on DVDs with German sub-titles in some stores in Yangon? Prost, some fun movies are loved by countryfolk.

In the big towns like Yangon, however, folks favour films from abroad. The Burmese movies are still overcrowded. Yes, they don't like the qualitiy of movies so much, but they want something for them. That'?s not how the films are loved by the public, but they still watch them.

I' ve got two sites where you can watch Burmese movies for free. Unfortunately, the films do not have German sub-titles. I understand that only Myanmar International Channel adds British sub-titles to films. The Burmese movies in recent years have been very good. However, today the bad movies and the value of the arts in our films have disappeared.

The majority of films shown in movie theaters are fun films, but they're not fun to me at all. There' are few dramas in the movies, but folks don't see them often, because we can guesswork what the ending would look like, and they're always lampoon. Burmese film audiences are more than just dramatic films.

I hardly see Burmese films in the theater because I have the feeling that it is a waste of my own free will. These are some of the most well-known films I know and which have been very much loved until now. There' s a good film that was shown recently. It' a good film with an Anglophone caption. It' s too sad that Burmese movies no longer make top-notch films, but I'm sure I'll get better, especially as the land keeps developing and opening up.

There will be more fun coming to your land and Burmese cinemas will not be interested in Burmese cinemas, which have no alternative but to adjust to the public's demands. And, since this young Burmese genre has a way to learn more about what can be done in the field of film today, they could be a new breed of young director with much better creative skills than what is being done.

Thank you Ingyin, it is a pity that they are not synchronized in English on these web pages. You know, I could try looking for the movies you mention in the DVDs stores. At the moment Pann Kyar Wutt Hmone (The Moon Lotus) is my favorite feature length feature length theater. If you are looking for these foreigners, this video could help you see many of Myanmar's wonderful landscapes just by watching them in front of the big picture.

The good news is it has sub-titles in German. Seems interesting, what's the film about? And where was it made? The film was filmed around Mandalay, Sagaing, Bagan and some places in the state of Shan. I will try to get this film. This one' s got a couple of British captions and a film.

Even though I like " The Moon Lotus ", it is not too hard to see. Looks like a kung fu film, doesn't it? Thank you for all your input, I will try to see the Burmese films you have proposed to MieMaung. I saw this billboard today while I was in a cab in Yangon, so I think it's a new film for the next releases when I have a chance, I'll look at it, but I'm not sure there's a theatre that shows Burmese film with British subtitles.

Thank you for all your input, I will try to see the Burmese films you have proposed to MieMaung.

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