The Lady (2011)Director : Luc Besson

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Genre : Biography

Cast : (in credits order) , Michelle Yeoh as Aung San Suu Kyi , David Thewlis as Michael Aris , Jonathan Raggett as Kim Aris , Jonathan Woodhouse as Alexander Aris , Susan Wooldridge as Lucinda Philips , Benedict Wong as Karma Phuntsho rest of cast listed alphabetically: , Flint Bangkok as Nyo Ohn Myint, Guy Barwell as Military Policeman, Sahajak Boonthanakit as Leo Nichols, Antony Hickling as BBC journalist (voice), William Hope as James Baker, Teerawat Mulvilai as Soldier / Bad News, Agga Poechit as Tan Shwe, Victoria Sanvalli as Ma Then, Nay Myo Thant as Win Thein, Danny Toeng as Colonel Than Tun, Dujdao Vadhanapakorn as Nita May, Frank Walmsley as BBC Journalist, Jonathan Woodhouse as Alexander Aris, Marian Yu as Daw Khin Yi , Bruce Blain as Party Guest (uncredited), Martin John King as Waiter (uncredited), Akira Koieyama as Japanese Delegate (uncredited)

Plot : The anecdote of pro-democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi in addition to the academic in addition to creator Michael Aris; a right anecdote of attachment pool opposed to opinionated turmoil.

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Country : France | UK


Language : English

Filming Locations : Bangkok, Thailand

Company : Europa Corp.

Trivia : While the picture was someone filmed – at any rate inside Bangkok – the operating heading was "Dans la Lumiere" ("Into the Light").

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Plot Summary : THE LADY is an epic warmth fairy-tale on the focus of how a tricky spouses furthermore rank sacrifice their gladness at outstanding guy expenditure given that a higher cause. This is the fairy-tale of Aung San Suu Kyi furthermore her husband, Michael Aris. Despite distance, prolonged separations, furthermore a inhumanly non receptive regime, their warmth endures awaiting the exceptionally end. A fairy-tale of keenness furthermore guy knowledge pool opposed to a environment of dogmatic turmoil which continues today. THE LADY additionally is the fairy-tale of the non violent seek of the mature woman who is at the intrinsic of Burma's democracy movement.