The Lady, Luc Besson's new biopic is primarily a love story. A love story out of the ordinary embodied by an exceptional woman. Aung San Suu Kyi sacrifice his own happiness for that of his people. But nothing will sway the infinite love that binds these two people, not even the separation, absence, isolation and inhumanity of politics always junta in Burma. The Lady is the story of a woman who became a symbol of the contemporary struggle for democracy.
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The Birmanie, land of a thousand pagodas
Beautiful country long remained folded on itself, Burma has 4 major tourist areas. Very folded on itself until the early 1990, Burma opens up to tourism and foreign investment. The changes are most visible at the urbanization, the construction of tourism infrastructure. Yangon, 1e city and former capital of Burma, abandons its old-fashioned charm of colonial power.
Do not miss Burma
Temples of Bagan, the floating villages of Inle Lake, royal cities around Mandalay, the Shwedagon Paya in Yangon and the southern beaches.
Good to know before going to Burma
The opposition disagrees tourism under the pretext that it represents a considerable financial support of the dictatorship. Large structures in this sector, as the banking sector, are held by the junta and its supporters. But it is still possible for visitors to travel ethically and to ensure that their money reaches the local population (small taxis, guesthouses, local restaurants, small shops, guides, car trips …).