Burma: Resistance, Business and Nuclear Secrets

Burma is one of the world's most closed and surveiled societies. It is a nation where independent journalists are banned and where translators and guides are often threatened. Even the most banal street shots must often be stolen. Yet, thanks to a courageous few members of the internal resistance, Paul Moreira was able to covertly work from the heart of this prison-state that would be governed by King Ubu.
Never before published images, testimonies and documents now shed light on Burma's military projects and their financing. This program dissolves the shroud around the seemingly respectable western corporations operating in Burma, and how there are helping the dictatorship in place further entrench itself.

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Production Year: 
2011
Duration: 
52mins
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