Director: Tin Win Naing
Best Human Rights Film – The Global Cinema Film Festival of Boston
Burmese filmmaker Tin Win Naing documents the plight of migrants who have fled the civil war in Myanmar for refuge in Thailand, and now toil as plantation workers in conditions tantamount to slave labour.
Myanmar began a new period of hope in 2010, when stateswoman and democracy advocate Aung San Suu Kyi was finally released from years of house arrest. Naing returned to his country and his family, but his subjects are still working in Thailand to this day.
Official Selection – Toronto International Film Festival 2016
Official Selection – Busan International Film Festival 2016
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