Figure democracy Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi, thanks to Luc Besson for the description of the history of his life and throw the spotlight on the country. That said Besson.
Besson send a message to the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991, before the screening of his film “The Lady” in France, November 30. “He said thank you, the movie highlights of my country,” said Besson, in his commentary on the EDHEC university.
Opposition leaders in Myanmar, which remain under strict supervision by the Burmese regime, also asked if we could Besson to send copies of their films.
Suu Kyi’s house arrest was thrown almost intact for more than 15 years before being released in November last year. Suu Kyi, Besson, and said, “very strange”, as it happens in secret channels for several months.
Besson met with the theme of your movie after Suu Kyi was released last November, when making a film about the project was completed. Besson said he remembers him out of the house his team have carefully created a replica in Thailand.
French filmmaker who recently his films including “Arthur” of a popular animated series, managed to take some of the scenes in Myanmar itself, using a tiny camera disguised as tourists.
“I shot 17 hours in a busy, busy, and sometimes only three meters from a soldier,” he recalls.
The actors in this film when you do scenes of Myanmar, with the help of technology “green screen”. Aung San Suu Kyi Besson said he was not willing to see a movie that includes the death of her father and her husband are British citizens.
“He said ‘I’ll see when I was brave enough,” said Besson. But one of his son had seen and he was “very excited”, their feelings, said the director.
Former Bond girl born in Malaysia, Michelle Yeoh, who plays the role of Aung San Suu Kyi in the film.
He also visited the Nobel Peace Prize last December, the ruins of his house on the shore of Lake Yangon.
Besson, sutaradara France, already known for action movies. Besson is also a legendary car chase on the highway. These skills are imitated by Hollywood directors.