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Burma Soldier

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Nic Dunlop 2010

Burma Soldier provides a rare glimpse of a brutal dictatorship seen through the eyes of a courageous former soldier who, quite literally, swapped sides. For Myo Myint is no ordinary refugee. As a young man, he joined the Burmese army, which has ruled the country for almost 50 years; he witnessed atrocities committed by his comrades against his own people. Later, he became a democrat, joining the mass movement led by Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi; he was jailed and tortured. He fled Burma with a unique and heartrending story.

Running Time: 71 min.
Subject(s): Asian Studies, Conflicts, History, Human Rights, Personal Story, Politics
Language(s): Burmese, English
Subtitles: English
Director(s):
Producer(s): Julie leBrocquy, Annie Sundberg, Ricki Stern, Nic Dunlop
Cinematographer: Michael Glowacki
Editor(s): Sinead Kinnane
Production Company: LeBrocquy Fraser Productions Ltd

Press

  • The Interpreter
    Outstanding...tries to understand — not just the oppressed in Burma, but also their oppressors.
    Guest bloggerAndrew Selth
  • The Path to Piece
    A moving and coherent story with historical context..We are extremely pleased with this film.
  • EYEFOR FILM
    The makers of this film wisely decided to let this brave and charismatic man tell his own Story... The resulting images have a fragile Beauty.
    Val Kermode
  • Time
    Uniquely horrifying.
    Hillary Brenho

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