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Padauk: Myanmar Spring takes the viewer to the streets of Myanmar during the heady days following the February 2021 military coup. Through Nant, a young, first-time protester, we meet three human rights activists whose lives have been turned upside down by the coup. As the protests continue, Nant comes to understand the truth of a brutal regime that has continued to wage war against its own people for decades. Against a foreboding backdrop, Nant’s political awakening regarding the plight of others in her ethnically diverse country gives hope for the future.

Beautifully augmented by poetry and art, Padauk: Myanmar Spring shows the resilience and determination of the people of Myanmar, and the sacrifices they've made.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    56 minutes
  • Language
    Burmese and English
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
    Burma Spring Benefit Film Festival
  • Director
    Jeanne Hallacy and Rares Michael Ghilezan
  • Producer
    Gregg Butensky
  • Cinematographer
    Rares Michael Ghilezan and Sai Kyaw Khaing
  • Editor
    Peter Potts