Burma's Open Road: An Insight Into Myanymar

Burma's Open Road: An Insight Into Myanymar

Burma's Open Road explores the lives of every day Burmese intertwined with the fortunes of the reconstruction of the Burma Road through Asia's last great wilderness. Guided by the insights ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:burma,  

Burma's Open Road explores the lives of every day Burmese intertwined with the fortunes of the reconstruction of the Burma Road through Asia's last great wilderness. Guided by the insights ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Griselda O (ca) wrote: It was surprisingly good. Some of the dialogue was silly, but the plot played out well.

Sonia P (fr) wrote: Good movie to chillax with some meds.

Dov D (au) wrote: Entertaining, yes. Informative, yes. Purposeless, yes. Paul Mariano and Kurt Norton's documentary These Amazing Shadows is best described as a propaganda film aimed at the hearts of people who aren't fans of classic cinema. There is no coherent story being told by this film, and outside of the first fifteen minutes, it's an episodic string of descriptions and fun facts about different movies with only vague plot-points or thematic elements linking them together. In addition to that, the people they interviewed were significantly less important and interesting than other documentaries about film provide (most notably Side By Side). All of that being said, I found These Amazing Shadows to be incredibly interesting if only for the trivia knowledge gained. I agree that the National Film Registry is incredibly important, that historic cultural cinema should be preserved, and that classic films are often times incredible, but none of that makes a documentary persuasive. I doubt very seriously that anyone was swayed intellectually by this film. Bottom line, this movie doesn't fulfill the criteria of a good documentary, or even get close really, but it is a very interesting and informative propaganda film. Bottom lines, if you're a cinefile like me and love classic films, this is a must see; not for the film itself, but for the information it provides. If you're not, you should stay away from this at all costs. It's quite the polarizing documentary.

T A (kr) wrote: This movie was absolutely horrible. There was no point to the movie, the acting was atrocious, and I never laughed. I think I?ve become dumber after watching it. There is nothing good about this film. Don?t watch it, it doesn?t even show much nudity.

Orlok W (gb) wrote: Quite strange, but really good dark comedy--Mysterious, exciting, compelling!!

Joseph S (it) wrote: Really funny movie that was just all over the place with it's silliness.

Scotty P (ca) wrote: It's a Pauly Shore movie, if you thought this was going to be funny (or think it is funny) i suggest therapy.

Francisco L (ru) wrote: Perhaps unpredictable, and with great visuals, but this unfunny bad-acted movie doesn't satisfy or entertain, and for those who love Meryl Streep please don't watch, or will be disappointed with her silly figure.

Ben R (mx) wrote: Critics are crazy. This movie is awsome

Sandy K (gb) wrote: Pop musical about an anorexic young woman finding her voice through music after a stay in a mental hospital. The music is pleasant, but nothing special or memorable; and the plot drags.