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First stills from “The Lady”

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The Guardian publishes the first stills from a Luc Besson-directed movie which will be called The Lady.

It is the name by which she is known by a Burmese population banned from saying her real name.

The film is not a biopic, said Harries. It will be set between 1988 – when Aung San Suu Kyi left Oxford to visit her sick mother and ended up staying – and 1999, the year Aris died after being diagnosed with cancer.

Aris had been forbidden from entering Burma, a decision that left Aung San Suu Kyi with the almost impossible decision of whether to stay or go

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via The Guardian

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