From House Arrest to Parliament
They're not even loaded....
This biopic takes a look at the life of Burmese dissident Aung San Suu Kyi and her husband, Michael Aris. It is also the epic story of the peaceful quest of the woman who is at the core of Burma's democracy movement. Despite distance, long separations, and a dangerously hostile regime, their love endures until the very end.
132 minutes , No persons under 16 (Violence) Biographical, Drama, On the art circuit
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Michelle Yeoh, David Thewlis, Jonathan Raggett, Jonathan Woodhouse, Susan Wooldridge, Benedict Wong
Luc Besson Screenplay Rebecca Frayn Music Eric Serra Cinematography Thierry Arbogast Editing Julien Rey Sound formats Dolby Digital, Datasat Soundtrack Available
Made in 2011
Produced by Canal+, Europa Corp., France 2 Cinema, France Television, Left Bank Pictures
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FPB Report (SA)
Genre Historical, drama
Violence Fairly frequent, bloody, brutal and disturbing
Drug abuse Very mild, infrequent alcohol and abuse
Comments This movie tells the true story of the fight for democracy in Burma by a brave woman against a tyrannical and cruel regime.
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Scale (Max) 20 South African Media
Cape Argus/The Star Helen Herimbi 10
Die Burger Paul Boekkooi 15
Cape Times David Rooney 10 International Media
Box Office (USA) Vadim Rizov 3
Chicago Sunday Times Roger Ebert 13
Metacritic.com 21 critics 9
Movie Review Intelligence (USA) 26 critics 10
IMDB 3052 Netizens 14
Average .. 53% 11
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