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the moment when you can't speak.
A great look into what was going on in Burma in 2007/08. While other documentaries sometimes have you look through the eyes of the victims, this one has you look through the eyes of the reporters on the ground capturing the oppression at great risk to themselves.
A doc. about brave reporters in Burma that risk their lives to get the truth out about the brutality of the police state.
A film I really liked until I thought a bit about it and which I still want to like. This film is so stuffed with recreated and redramatized scenes that it's a bit difficult to take seriously as a documentary. So heavily edited to stay on a very specific message, but still leaving tons of interesting (and obvious) questions not only unanswered but unasked, I found it to be one of the most disappointing films on Burma I've seen to date.
Powerful. Wonderful coverage of a truly brave social movement. Inspires hope!
The most inspiring piece of documentary cinema ever made.
excellent and a powerful reminder of times past in burma
An Oscar nominated documentary film that, from start to finish, is a tense and moving picture about the atrocities that are happening to the people of Burma, which borders India, China, and Thailand. The militaristic government is violent, repressive, and totalitarian towards its people, but most are too afraid to fight it. The movie follows 30 reporters who risk their lives taking video of what is happening, and sending it out through the internet for the world to see. It is haunting, yet hopeful.
Gripping indeed, the hunter became the hunted, the monks got squashed, god rest their soul.
My only complaint is they did not indicate which scenes were re-constructed and which were genuine. Some of the scenes were incredibly moving in particular because I thought they were real footage, but I would feel deceived if they turned out to be re-constructed scenes.