Lea Rekow secretly crosses the border into Burma to document the Burmese people living under a corrupt junta who use forced labor, torture, rape, landmines and drugs on the ethnic minorities that continue to survive in the jungle.
Having visited Burma and having observed the great tragedy there, I loved this film. It was way too brief for the price, but it extended my observations and made me even more concerned about Burma's delightful but oppressed people.
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