• They Call It Myanmar (2012) DVDRip XVD AC3-FooKas
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    Language: English
    1hr 23min | XviD @2324 Kbps | 720x400 @ 29 fps | MP3/384 kbps/2 Channels/48.0 Khz | 1.36 GB
    Genre: Documentary | History | News
    Director: Robert H. Lieberman
    Cast: Aung San Suu Kyi
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    Shot clandestinely over a two year period, this film provides a rare look into the second most isolated country on the planet held in a stasis by a brutal military regime for almost a half century. From over 100 interviews of people across Burma, including the recently released Aung San Suu Kyi, interwoven with stunning footage of Burmese life this documentary is truly unique.
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  • BBC - The Sky at Night: Moore Winter Marathon (2012) HDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
    English | 00:29:01 | H264 | 1024x576 | 25.00fps 1232 Kbps | AAC 128 Kbps 24.0khz | 255MB
    Genre: Documentary

    Sir Patrick Moore selects celestial objects to observe in the winter night sky and challenges viewers to spot as many as possible. In the second part of the year's Moore Marathon, Sir Patrick has selected two lists to suit astronomers of all abilities - objects that can be seen with the naked eye or binoculars, and more remote ones observable only by telescope.
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  • BBC This World - Aung San Suu Kyi: The Choice (2012) HDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
    English | 00:59:12 | H264 | 1024x576 | 25.00fps 2193 Kbps | AAC 128 Kbps 24.0khz | 928MB
    Genre: Documentary

    Documentary which captures the moment when the Nobel Prize-winning dissident Aung San Suu Kyi took the huge, risky step into everyday politics in Burma. This tells Suu Kyi's extraordinary personal and political story, how she turned from Oxford housewife into national leader and then international icon of resistance.Filmed over a year of tumultuous change in Burma, the film has two long interviews with Suu Kyi, with her colleagues in Burma and with her family and friends outside. Hillary Clinton describes the impact of meeting this woman, who she had long admired, as 'seeing a long lost friend', yet comparing her to Nelson Mandela.Suu Kyi talks of sadness but no regrets over the decision she took, while her colleagues outline clearly the ongoing gamble that they are all taking in compromising with the regime. Made over an extended period, the film uses a range of extraordinary unseen archive - not least the moment she meets her husband and son for the first time after five years.
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