Burma: The Paths to Reintegration
Directed by Martin Huard and Vincent Giraldo
In Burma, at least 10,000 people were imprisoned for fighting the military regime since the early 1960s. In prison, they experienced torture and psychological abuse. Some activists have spent more than 20 years behind bars. In 2011, the junta handed over power to a civilian government. A presidential amnesty released hundreds of dissidents. Burma: The Paths of Reintegration shows their painful return to society. The moving film shows the current lives of these activists who fought against the military junta and the problems they face, including psychological disorders, poor health, and exclusion.
Presented by the Television and Cinema Art and Science departments.
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