A far as hard-hitting political documentaries go, this one is pretty good.
Throughout most of the film, the audience follows an amateur videographer from Burma as he leads a group of like-minded people on a mission to get footage of their government’s abuses to the outside world.
Pretty good. For saying some fairly emotional and inspirational things, no one really changes their tone of voice much.
Considering that these guys were risking their lives to film what they did, some credit must be given.
They just used whatever cameras they could get, and the editing is fairly professional.
It may not look like much, but this movie is important. The film is able to establish a link to its viewers, and tell them something they need to hear.