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Moe follows the musical career of a composer from 1959 to 1982, with many of the sequences juxtaposed with those of thinegyan. Covert, sorrowful romance between two Myanmar young men had trouble in their lifelong companionship after being wed. A group of immigrant people from Burma on the run from the conflict in their own countries in their quest for a new home in Thailand.
Out of over 100 testimonies with audiences across Burma, recently featured Aung San Suu Kyi, this is a truly one-of-a-kind work. The tale of four young friars who have been abandoned in their secluded Myanmar cloister. Filmed entirely in Myanmar, recently opened with non-actors, the movie combines the mind, movies and Burma's tradition of telling stories to open up a glimpse of an invisible underworld.
After the assassination of her husbands and sons Laura tries to save the parts of her whole being. She goes on holiday in Burma with her sisters. A-Hong and his young teenage sister and a group of young people from Burma are sneaking across the Thai/Myanmar frontier and come to a secluded city named....
Burma's Mg Mg Mg Sin Yaw's music is a story of adventures in Heaven.
Burma's movie on its way to Singapore
Myanmar filmmaker Adam Yoga Eve Yale Dattha Yale (Adam, Eve and Dattha) will be shown for the first timepiece in Singapore next months, subject to the consent of the censors of the small city-state, the film's executive director said last weekend. Launched last September in Yangon theatricals, the documentary will be shown three nights on September 4 in Crete Ayer Cinema in Singapore's Chinatown, said Ma Khin Sandar Myint, executive director of Heart and Soul, a motion picture and videoproduction group.
When the shows draw a large audience, the picture will be screened in Singapore in addition to the theaters, she said. "We made the picture for Debbie, but when we were done and happy with the cut, the storyline and other aspect of the picture, we translated it into the picture so we could show it wider," she said.
It was made two years ago by Wine and is inspired by a Pone Nya Khin tale. Described by Ma Khin Sandar Myint as "simple romance", the documentary plays with Pyay Ti Oo, Thet Mon Myint and Sai Sai Kham Leng. MSCT Singapore said that while the picture was being shown in Yangon, the Singapore firm MSCT was offering to stage a show in their home state.
"We were in agreement, but they said they wanted the picture to be shown not only to the Singaporeans but also to Singaporeans in Myanmar," she said, and added that the picture was captioned in English to make it easier to screen oversee. Adam, Eve and Dattha will be Wine's first feature outside Myanmar, but the filmmaker admits that he was not entirely happy with the view.
"We used to talk about showing my Lat Pan in Singapore, but this picture was moved because the maker took off, so he's not yet willing to be shown," Wine said.