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The Vietnam veteran, played by Sly Stallone, is in Burma in his new film which centres on the Karen people and the brutal Burmese army.



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Rambo appears to have come of age, the gun-toting Vietnam veteran played by Sylvester Stallone finds himself in Burma in his latest film, action centers on the plight of the Karen people and the brutality of the Burmese army which is why the film has been banned by the Rangoon government. It's made Stallone a symbol of the Burmese resistance. But pirated copies of the movie are proving hard to come by. In Britain, the Odeon chain of cinemas is refusing to screen it for commercial reasons. Our Asia correspondent Inigo Gilmore reports.

 

They've seen off many a foe time and again with brutal efficiency. But they didn’t reckon on John J. Rambo.

 

Burma is a war zone.

 

Armed with his trademark bandanna and a fair bit of firepower, Sylvester Stallone is back. This time single-handedly taking on Burma's cruel military regime as he rescues a group of Christian aid workers. Despite appearances, the producers of this movie about to be released here in neighboring Thailand, insist it's Rambo with a difference. Sure there is bloodletting on a grand scale, but they say it's a movie with a message.

 

The backdrop to the film is the world's longest running insurgency, being fought by ethnic Karen tribe's people in eastern Burma against the military regime. The Rambo film reflects the daily realities of the Karen, routinely persecuted by soldiers from the Burmese army who raped the women, and forced families from their homes.

 

In this recent footage, Karen refugees flee through the jungle in terror after their village was ransacked and burnt. Sylvester Stallone may seem an unlikely champion to their cause, but there is no doubt in his passion.

 

The real Burmese refugees in the Karen refuges, they don't wanna do this,they'are so scared, even though that some have been there for ten years. But once one stood up which is the fellow who plays the villain, who is an actual rebel and a Karen freedom fighter, and was willing to put his family on the line to do this movie. Everyone stepped up.

 

Maung Maung Khim believes his experience as a freedom fighter in Burmese eastern jungles lends authenticity to his performance.

 

In my performance, I acted to reflect the real villains in the real Burmese army. I acted as a really brutal villain.

 

The actors believed the film has added resonance with a fallout from September's brutal crackdown against pro-democracy demonstrators. Soldiers like those fighting the Karen on the Thai border crushed demonstrations led by Burma's revered monks. And the repression and roundups continue.

 

Rambo 4 is officially banned in Burma. But some watch the film in secret. And it’s already taken on cult status, even though these people risk ten years in jail if caught with a copy. Its lines like this one,  that ever apparently struck a chord.

 

'Live for nothing or die for something.'

 

The film is coming in outlet for the frustrations of young Burmese. 'Rambo killing those oppressive army people, they can't do that, but Rambo did it in the movie, that's why they like it.

 

Even the Buddhist monks say they are watching, they are watching that, the Ramboo movie, and they cheer, ''look, this is, this is the real fights between those, ok their hero Rambo and the Burmese army.''

 

The film may have gone some way to highlight the plight of the Burmese under their brutal repressive regime. But there are no Rambos riding to their rescue, and certainly no one anticipates a happy Hollywood ending. Inigo Gilmore, Channel 4 news, Bangkok.

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Rambo appears to have come a verge, the // Vietnam veteran played by Sylvester Stallone find himself in Burma in his latest film, action scenes on the fight of Karen people in // of the Burmese army which is why the film has been banned by the rango government. It’s made // a symbol of the Burmese resistance. But piracy copies of the move are proving hard to calm buy. In Britain, the Odeon chain in cinemas is refusing to scrutiny the commercial reasons. Our Asia correspondent // reports.    

 

They have seen off many a foe time again with brutal efficiency.  But they didn’t reckon on John Jay Rambo.

 

Burmese war is on.

 

Armies with the trademark bandanna and the forbid five power //. This time single handily take on Burma’s cruel military regime as a rescuer of a group of Christian aid workers. Despite appearances, the produces of this movie about to be released in neighboring Thailand, insist its Rambo with a difference. Sure there is blood letting on a ground scare, but they say it’s a movie with a message.    

 

The backdrop to the film is the world longest running insurgency, being fought by ethnic Karen tribal people in eastern Burma against the military regime. The Rambo reflected the daily realities of the Karen, routine persecuted by soldiers from the Burmese arm who raped the women, and forced families from their homes.

 

In this recent footage, Karen refugees flee through the jungle in Taro after their village was run sent and burned. So vasters to learn may seem an unlikely champion to their cause, but there is no doubting his passion.   

 

Do real Burmese refugees, Karen refugees, anyone do so scared, even thought there has been some ten years by what’s once stood up which is the fellow who plays the //, who is an actual rebel and can free them, and // put this family on the line to do this movie. Everyone stands up.

 

// believes this experience as a freedom fighter in Burmese eastern jungles lends all fantasts to his performance.

 

In my performance, I acted to reflect the real // in the real Burmese army. I acted as a real brutal //.

 

The actors believed the film added resonance with a fallout from // brutal cracked down against pro-democracy demonstrators. Soldiers like those fighting the Karen on the // crashed demonstrations led by Burmese // monks. And the repression and roundups continue.

 

Rambo 4 is officially banned in Burma. But some watched the film in secret. And it’s already taken on coast status, even though these people risked ten years in jail if caught with a copy.  Its line like this one, that if apparent the struck called.

 

‘Live for nothing or die for something.’

 

The film, the coming outlets, put frustrations of your Burmese.

 

Young Burmese killing those,  a plenty of army people, they can’t do that, but Rambo did it in the movie, that’s why they like it.

 

Even the Buddhist monks, they watching, they watching the Rambo movie, and they will cheer, this is a real fights between those, ok their hero and the Burmese army.

 

The film may have gone some way to highlight the polite of the Burmese under their brutal repress regime. But there are no Rambos riding to their rescue, and certainly no one anticipates a happy Hollywood ending.

 

// Channel 4 movies, Bangkok.

 

 

                 


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Rambo appears to have come a verge, the //gun-?ing Vietnam veteran played by Sylvester Stallone finds himself in Burma in his latest film, action scenes on the fight of Karen people in // of the Burmese army which is why the film has been banned by the rango/Rangoon government. It’s made /Stallone a symbol of the Burmese resistance. But piracy copies of the move/movie are proving hard to calm buy/??. In Britain, the Odeon chain's / cinemas is refusing to scrutiny/screen it for / commercial reasons. Our Asia correspondent // reports.

   

They've seen off many a foe time again with brutal efficiency.  But they didn’t reckon on John Jay/J. Rambo.

Burmese war is on.

 

Armies/Armed with the trademark bandanna and the forbid five power, Sylvester Stallone is back . This time single handily/single-handedly take on Burma's cruel military regime as a rescuer of a group of Christian aid workers. Despite appearances, the produces of this movie about to be released here in neighboring Thailand, insist its Rambo with a difference. Sure there is blood letting on a ground scare/scale, but they say it’s a movie with a message.  

The backdrop to the film is the world longest running insurgency, being fought by ethnic Karen tribal/tribe's people in eastern Burma against the military regime. The Rambo /film reflected the daily realities of the Karen, routine persecuted by soldiers from the Burmese army who raped the women, and forced families from their homes.

 

In this recent footage, Karen refugees flee through the jungle in Taro after their village was run sent/ransacked and burned/burnt. So vasters tolearn/Sylvester Stallone  may seem an unlikely champion to their cause, but there is no doubting his passion. 

Do/To real Burmese refugees in the Karen refugees/refuges, they don't want to do it,they're so scared, even thought some of them have been there for several ten years. by/But what’s/ once /one stood up which is the fellow who plays the //, who is an actual rebel and can free them, and // put this family on the line to do this movie. Everyone stands/steps up.

 

 Maung Maung Khim believes this experience as a freedom fighter in Burmese eastern jungles lends all fantasts to his performance.

 

In my performance, I acted to reflect the real //victims in the real Burmese army. I acted as a real/really brutal villain.

 

The actors/activists believed the film /has added resonance with a fallout from September's brutal cracked down/crackdown against pro-democracy demonstrators. Soldiers like those fighting the Karen on the Thai border crashed/crushed demonstrations led by Burmese/Burma's revered monks. And the repression and roundups continue.

 

 Rambo 4 is officially banned in Burma. But some watched the film in secret. And it’s already taken on coast/coat status, even though these people risk ten years in jail if caught with a copy.  Its line like this one, that if apparent the struck called.

‘Live for nothing or die for something.’
 
The film, the coming outlets, put frustrations of your/young Burmese.

'Young Burmese/Rambo killing those,  a plenty of army people, they can’t do that, but Rambo did it in the movie, that’s why they like it. 

Even the Buddhist monks, they watching, they watching that the Ramboo movie, and they / cheer, look, this is, this is a/the real fight between those, ok their hero Rambo and the/their Burmese army.

 

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The film may have gone some way to highlight the polite of the Burmese under their brutal repress/repressive regime. But there are no Rambos riding to their rescue, and certainly no one anticipates a happy Hollywood ending. 

// Channel 4 movies/news, Bangkok.

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Rambo appears to have come of age, the gun-toting Vietnam veteran played by Sylvester Stallone finds himself in Burma in his latest film, action scenes on the fight of the Karen people in the brutality of the Burmese army which is why the film has been banned by the Rangoon government. It’s made /Stallone a symbol of the Burmese resistance. But piracy copies of the movie are proving hard to come by. In Britain, the Odeon chain of cinemas is refusing to screen it for commercial reasons. Our Asia correspondent Inigo Gilmore reports.

   

They've seen off many a foe time again with brutal efficiency.  But they didn’t reckon on John J. Rambo.

 

Burma, the war is on.

 

Armed with his trademark bandanna and a fair bit of firepower, Sylvester Stallone is back . This time single-handedly taking on Burma's cruel military regime as he rescues a group of Christian aid workers. Despite appearances, the producers of this movie about to be released here in neighboring Thailand, insist it's Rambo with a difference. Sure there is blood bleeding on a grand scale, but they say it’s a movie with a message.  

 

The backdrop to the film is the world's longest running insurgency, being fought by ethnic Karen tribe's people in eastern Burma against the military regime. The Rambo film reflected the daily realities of the Karen, routinely persecuted by soldiers from the Burmese army who raped the women, and forced families from their homes.

 

In this recent footage, Karen refugees flee through the jungle in Taro after their village was ransacked and burnt. Sylvester Stallone  may seem an unlikely champion to their cause, but there is no doubt in his passion. 

 

The real Burmese refugees in the Karen refuges, they don't want to do it,they're so scared, even though some of them have been there for / ten years. But once one stood up which is the fellow who plays the villain, who is an actual rebel and a Karen freedom fighter, and was willing to put his family on the line to do this movie. Everyone stepped up.

 

 Maung Maung Khim believes his experience as a freedom fighter in Burmese eastern jungles lends authenticity to his performance.

 

In my performance, I acted to reflect the real victims in the real Burmese army. I acted as a really brutal villain.

 

The activists believed the film /has added resonance with a fallout from September's brutal crackdown against pro-democracy demonstrators. Soldiers like those fighting the Karen on the Thai border crushed demonstrations led by Burma's revered monks. And the repression and roundups continue.

 

 Rambo 4 is officially banned in Burma. But some watch/ the film in secret. And it’s already taken on cold status, even though these people risk ten years in jail if caught with a copy.  Its lines like this one, that have apparently struck a call/.

‘Live for nothing or die for something.’
 
The film, the coming-in outlet/, put the frustrations of young Burmese.

 

'/ Rambo killing those oppressive army people, they can’t do that, but Rambo did it in the movie, that’s why they like it. 

 

Even the Buddhist monks say they are watching, they are watching that, the Ramboo movie, and they cheer, ''look, this is, this is the real fight between those, ok their hero Rambo and the Burmese army.''

 

The film may have gone some way to highlight the plite of the Burmese under their brutal repressive regime. But there are no Rambos riding to their rescue, and certainly no one anticipates a happy Hollywood ending.  Inigo Gilmore, Channel 4 news, Bangkok.

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Rambo appears to have come of age, the gun-toting Vietnam veteran played by Sylvester Stallone finds himself in Burma in his latest film, action scenes on the fight of the Karen people in the brutality of the Burmese army which is why the film has been banned by the Rangoon government. It’s made /Stallone a symbol of the Burmese resistance. But piracy copies of the movie are proving hard to come by. In Britain, the Odeon chain of cinemas is refusing to screen it for commercial reasons. Our Asia correspondent Inigo Gilmore reports.

   

They've seen off many a foe time when again with brutal efficiency.  But they didn’t reckon on John J. Rambo.

 

Burma is a war zone.

 

Armed with this trademark bandanna and a fair bit of firepower, Sylvester Stallone is back . This time single-handedly taking on Burma's cruel military regime as he rescues a group of Christian aid workers. Despite appearances, the producers of this movie about to be released here in neighboring Thailand, insist it's Rambo with a difference. Sure there is bloodletting on a grand scale, but they say it’s a movie with a message.  

 

The backdrop to the film is the world's longest running insurgency, being fought by ethnic Karen tribe's people in eastern Burma against the military regime. The Rambo film reflects the daily realities of the Karen, routinely persecuted by soldiers from the Burmese army who raped the women, and forced families from their homes.

 

In this recent footage, Karen refugees flee through the jungle in terror after their village was ransacked and burnt. Sylvester Stallone may seem an unlikely champion to their cause, but there is no doubt in his passion. 

 

The real Burmese refugees and the Karen refuges, they don't want to do it,they're so scared, even though some of them have been there for / ten years. But once one stood up which is the fellow who plays the villain, who is an actual rebel and a Karen freedom fighter, and was willing to put his family on the line to do this movie. Everyone stepped up.

 

 Maung Maung Khim believes his experience as a freedom fighter in Burmese eastern jungles lends authenticity to his performance.

 

In my performance, I acted to reflect the real villains in the real Burmese army. I acted as a really brutal villain.

 

The actors believed the film /has added resonance with a fallout from September's brutal crackdown against pro-democracy demonstrators. Soldiers like those fighting the Karen on the Thai border crushed demonstrations led by Burma's revered monks. And the repression and roundups continue.

 

 Rambo 4 is officially banned in Burma. But some watch/ the film in secret. And it’s already taken on cold status, even though these people risk ten years in jail if caught with a copy.  Its lines like this one, that have apparently struck a call/.

‘Live for nothing or die for something.’
 
The film, the coming-in outlet/, put the frustrations of young Burmese.

 

'/ Rambo killing those oppressive army people, they can’t do that, but Rambo did it in the movie, that’s why they like it. 

 

Even the Buddhist monks say they are watching, they are watching that, the Ramboo movie, and they cheer, ''look, this is, this is the real fights between those, ok their hero Rambo and the Burmese army.''

 

The film may have gone some way to highlight the plight of the Burmese under their brutal repressive regime. But there are no Rambos riding to their rescue, and certainly no one anticipates a happy Hollywood ending.  Inigo Gilmore, Channel 4 news, Bangkok.

Rambo appears to have come of age, the gun-toting Vietnam veteran played by Sylvester Stallone finds himself in Burma in his latest film, action scenes on the fight of the Karen people in the brutality of the Burmese army which is why the film has been banned by the Rangoon government. It’s made /Stallone a symbol of the Burmese resistance. But piracy copies of the movie are proving hard to come by. In Britain, the Odeon chain of cinemas is refusing to screen it for commercial reasons. Our Asia correspondent Inigo Gilmore reports. They've seen off many a foe time again with brutal efficiency. But they didn’t reckon on John J. Rambo. Burma, the war is on. Armed with his trademark bandanna and a fair bit of firepower, Sylvester Stallone is back . This time single-handedly taking on Burma's cruel military regime as he rescues a group of Christian aid workers. Despite appearances, the producers of this movie about to be released here in neighboring Thailand, insist it's Rambo with a difference. Sure there is blood bleeding on a grand scale, but they say it’s a movie with a message. The backdrop to the film is the world's longest running insurgency, being fought by ethnic Karen tribe's people in eastern Burma against the military regime. The Rambo film reflected the daily realities of the Karen, routinely persecuted by soldiers from the Burmese army who raped the women, and forced families from their homes. In this recent footage, Karen refugees flee through the jungle in Taro after their village was ransacked and burnt. Sylvester Stallone may seem an unlikely champion to their cause, but there is no doubt in his passion. The real Burmese refugees in the Karen refuges, they don't want to do it,they're so scared, even though some of them have been there for / ten years. But once one stood up which is the fellow who plays the villain, who is an actual rebel and a Karen freedom fighter, and was willing to put his family on the line to do this movie. Everyone stepped up. Maung Maung Khim believes his experience as a freedom fighter in Burmese eastern jungles lends authenticity to his performance. In my performance, I acted to reflect the real victims in the real Burmese army. I acted as a really brutal villain. The activists believed the film /has added resonance with a fallout from September's brutal crackdown against pro-democracy demonstrators. Soldiers like those fighting the Karen on the Thai border crushed demonstrations led by Burma's revered monks. And the repression and roundups continue. Rambo 4 is officially banned in Burma. But some watch/ the film in secret. And it’s already taken on cold status, even though these people risk ten years in jail if caught with a copy. Its lines like this one, that have apparently struck a call/. ‘Live for nothing or die for something.’ The film, the coming-in outlet/, put the frustrations of young Burmese. '/ Rambo killing those oppressive army people, they can’t do that, but Rambo did it in the movie, that’s why they like it. Even the Buddhist monks say they are watching, they are watching that, the Ramboo movie, and they cheer, ''look, this is, this is the real fight between those, ok their hero Rambo and the Burmese army.'' The film may have gone some way to highlight the plite of the Burmese under their brutal repressive regime. But there are no Rambos riding to their rescue, and certainly no one anticipates a happy Hollywood ending. Inigo Gilmore, Channel 4 news, Bangkok.
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Alick has done a good job!

 

"Burma is a war zone", is correct.

 

One puzzle in this paragraph:

 

The real Burmese refugees and the Karen refuges, they don't want to do it,they're so scared, even though some of them have been there (for) over(?) ten years. But once one stood up which is the fellow who plays the villain, who is an actual rebel and a Karen freedom fighter, and was willing to put his family on the line to do this movie. Everyone stepped up

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Rambo appears to have come of age, the gun-toting Vietnam veteran played by Sylvester Stallone finds himself in Burma in his latest film, action scenes on the fight of the Karen people in the brutality of the Burmese army which is why the film has been banned by the Rangoon government. It’s made /Stallone a symbol of the Burmese resistance. But piracy copies of the movie are proving hard to come by. In Britain, the Odeon chain of cinemas is refusing to screen it for commercial reasons. Our Asia correspondent Inigo Gilmore reports.

 

They've seen off many a foe time when again with brutal efficiency. But they didn’t reckon on John J. Rambo.

 

Burma is a war zone.

 

Armed with this trademark bandanna and a fair bit of firepower, Sylvester Stallone is back . This time single-handedly taking on Burma's cruel military regime as he rescues a group of Christian aid workers. Despite appearances, the producers of this movie about to be released here in neighboring Thailand, insist it's Rambo with a difference. Sure there is bloodletting on a grand scale, but they say it’s a movie with a message.

 

The backdrop to the film is the world's longest running insurgency, being fought by ethnic Karen tribe's people in eastern Burma against the military regime. The Rambo film reflects the daily realities of the Karen, routinely persecuted by soldiers from the Burmese army who raped the women, and forced families from their homes.

 

In this recent footage, Karen refugees flee through the jungle in terror after their village was ransacked and burnt. Sylvester Stallone may seem an unlikely champion to their cause, but there is no doubt in his passion.

 

The real Burmese refugees and the Karen refuges, they don't want to do it,they're so scared, even though some of them have been there for / ten years. But once one stood up which is the fellow who plays the villain, who is an actual rebel and a Karen freedom fighter, and was willing to put his family on the line to do this movie. Everyone stepped up.

 

Maung Maung Khim believes his experience as a freedom fighter in Burmese eastern jungles lends authenticity to his performance.

 

In my performance, I acted to reflect the real villains in the real Burmese army. I acted as a really brutal villain.

 

The actors believed the film /has added resonance with a fallout from September's brutal crackdown against pro-democracy demonstrators. Soldiers like those fighting the Karen on the Thai border crushed demonstrations led by Burma's revered monks. And the repression and roundups continue.

 

Rambo 4 is officially banned in Burma. But some watch/ the film in secret. And it’s already taken on cult status, even though these people risk ten years in jail if caught with a copy. Its lines like this one, that have apparently struck a call/.

 

'Live for nothing or die for something.’

 

The film, the coming in outlet/, put the frustrations of young Burmese. '/ Rambo killing those oppressive army people, they can’t do that, but Rambo did it in the movie, that’s why they like it.

 

Even the Buddhist monks say they are watching, they are watching that, the Ramboo movie, and they cheer, ''look, this is, this is the real fights between those, ok their hero Rambo and the Burmese army.''

 

The film may have gone some way to highlight the plight of the Burmese under their brutal repressive regime. But there are no Rambos riding to their rescue, and certainly no one anticipates a happy Hollywood ending. Inigo Gilmore, Channel 4 news, Bangkok.

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Rambo appears to have come of age, the gun-toting Vietnam veteran played by Sylvester Stallone finds himself in Burma in his latest film, action centers on the fight of the Karen people and the brutality of the Burmese army which is why the film has been banned by the Rangoon government. It’s made Stallone a symbol of the Burmese resistance. But piracy copies of the movie are proving hard to come by. In Britain, the Odeon chain of cinemas is refusing to screen it for commercial reasons. Our Asia correspondent Inigo Gilmore reports.

 

They've seen off many a foe time and again with brutal efficiency. But they didn’t reckon on John J. Rambo.

 

Burma is a war zone.

 

Armed with this trademark bandanna and a fair bit of firepower, Sylvester Stallone is back . This time single-handedly taking on Burma's cruel military regime as he rescues a group of Christian aid workers. Despite appearances, the producers of this movie about to be released here in neighboring Thailand, insist it's Rambo with a difference. Sure there is bloodletting on a grand scale, but they say it’s a movie with a message.

 

The backdrop to the film is the world's longest running insurgency, being fought by ethnic Karen tribe's people in eastern Burma against the military regime. The Rambo film reflects the daily realities of the Karen, routinely persecuted by soldiers from the Burmese army who raped the women, and forced families from their homes.

 

In this recent footage, Karen refugees flee through the jungle in terror after their village was ransacked and burnt. Sylvester Stallone may seem an unlikely champion to their cause, but there is no doubt in his passion.

 

The real Burmese refugees and the Karen refuges, they don't want to do it,they're so scared, even though some of them have been there for / ten years. But once one stood up which is the fellow who plays the villain, who is an actual rebel and a Karen freedom fighter, and was willing to put his family on the line to do this movie. Everyone stepped up.

 

Maung Maung Khim believes his experience as a freedom fighter in Burmese eastern jungles lends authenticity to his performance.

 

In my performance, I acted to reflect the real villains in the real Burmese army. I acted as a really brutal villain.

 

The actors believed the film /has added resonance with a fallout from September's brutal crackdown against pro-democracy demonstrators. Soldiers like those fighting the Karen on the Thai border crushed demonstrations led by Burma's revered monks. And the repression and roundups continue.

 

Rambo 4 is officially banned in Burma. But some watch/ the film in secret. And it’s already taken on cult status, even though these people risk ten years in jail if caught with a copy. Its lines like this one, that have apparently struck a chord.

 

'Live for nothing or die for something.’

 

The film, the coming in outlet/, put the frustrations of young Burmese. '/ Rambo killing those oppressive army people, they can’t do that, but Rambo did it in the movie, that’s why they like it.

 

Even the Buddhist monks say they are watching, they are watching that, the Ramboo movie, and they cheer, ''look, this is, this is the real fights between those, ok their hero Rambo and the Burmese army.''

 

The film may have gone some way to highlight the plight of the Burmese under their brutal repressive regime. But there are no Rambos riding to their rescue, and certainly no one anticipates a happy Hollywood ending. Inigo Gilmore, Channel 4 news, Bangkok.

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Rambo appears to have come of age, the gun-toting Vietnam veteran played by Sylvester Stallone finds himself in Burma in his latest film, action centers on the fight of the Karen people and the brutality of the Burmese army which is why the film has been banned by the Rangoon government. It’s made Stallone a symbol of the Burmese resistance. But pirated copies of the movie are proving hard to come by. In Britain, the Odeon chain of cinemas is refusing to screen it for commercial reasons. Our Asia correspondent Inigo Gilmore reports.

 

They've seen off many a foe time and again with brutal efficiency. But they didn’t reckon on John J. Rambo.

 

Burma is a war zone.

 

Armed with his trademark bandanna and a fair bit of firepower, Sylvester Stallone is back . This time single-handedly taking on Burma's cruel military regime as he rescues a group of Christian aid workers. Despite appearances, the producers of this movie about to be released here in neighboring Thailand, insist it's Rambo with a difference. Sure there is bloodletting on a grand scale, but they say it’s a movie with a message.

 

The backdrop to the film is the world's longest running insurgency, being fought by ethnic Karen tribe's people in eastern Burma against the military regime. The Rambo film reflects the daily realities of the Karen, routinely persecuted by soldiers from the Burmese army who raped the women, and forced families from their homes.

 

In this recent footage, Karen refugees flee through the jungle in terror after their village was ransacked and burnt. Sylvester Stallone may seem an unlikely champion to their cause, but there is no doubt in his passion.

 

The real Burmese refugees and the Karen refuges, they don't wanna do it,they're so scared, even though that some /// have been there for ten years. But once one stood up which is the fellow who plays the villain, who is an actual rebel and a Karen freedom fighter, and was willing to put his family on the line to do this movie. Everyone stepped up.

 

Maung Maung Khim believes his experience as a freedom fighter in Burmese eastern jungles lends authenticity to his performance.

 

In my performance, I acted to reflect the real villains in the real Burmese army. I acted as a really brutal villain.

 

The actors believed the film /has added resonance with a fallout from September's brutal crackdown against pro-democracy demonstrators. Soldiers like those fighting the Karen on the Thai border crushed demonstrations led by Burma's revered monks. And the repression and roundups continue.

 

Rambo 4 is officially banned in Burma. But some watch/ the film in secret. And it’s already taken on cult status, even though these people risk ten years in jail if caught with a copy. Its lines like this one,  that ever apparently struck a chord.

 

'Live for nothing or die for something.’

 

The film is coming in outlet for the frustrations of young Burmese. '/ Rambo killing those oppressive army people, they can’t do that, but Rambo did it in the movie, that’s why they like it.

 

Even the Buddhist monks say they are watching, they are watching that, the Ramboo movie, and they cheer, ''look, this is, this is the real fights between those, ok their hero Rambo and the Burmese army.''

 

The film may have gone some way to highlight the plight of the Burmese under their brutal repressive regime. But there are no Rambos riding to their rescue, and certainly no one anticipates a happy Hollywood ending. Inigo Gilmore, Channel 4 news, Bangkok.

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Rambo appears to have come of age, the gun-toting Vietnam veteran played by Sylvester Stallone finds himself in Burma in his latest film, action scenes on the fight of the Karen people in the brutality of the Burmese army which is why the film has been banned by the Rangoon government. It’s made /Stallone a symbol of the Burmese resistance. But piracy copies of the movie are proving hard to come by. In Britain, the Odeon chain of cinemas is refusing to screen it for commercial reasons. Our Asia correspondent Inigo Gilmore reports.

 

They've seen off many a foe time when again with brutal efficiency. But they didn’t reckon on John J. Rambo.

 

Burma is a war zone.

 

Armed with this trademark bandanna and a fair bit of firepower, Sylvester Stallone is back . This time single-handedly taking on Burma's cruel military regime as he rescues a group of Christian aid workers. Despite appearances, the producers of this movie about to be released here in neighboring Thailand, insist it's Rambo with a difference. Sure there is bloodletting on a grand scale, but they say it’s a movie with a message.

 

The backdrop to the film is the world's longest running insurgency, being fought by ethnic Karen tribe's people in eastern Burma against the military regime. The Rambo film reflects the daily realities of the Karen, routinely persecuted by soldiers from the Burmese army who raped the women, and forced families from their homes.

 

In this recent footage, Karen refugees flee through the jungle in terror after their village was ransacked and burnt. Sylvester Stallone may seem an unlikely champion to their cause, but there is no doubt in his passion.

 

The real Burmese refugees and the Karen refuges, they don't want to do it,they're so scared, even though some of them have been there for / ten years. But once one stood up which is the fellow who plays the villain, who is an actual rebel and a Karen freedom fighter, and was willing to put his family on the line to do this movie. Everyone stepped up.

 

Maung Maung Khim believes his experience as a freedom fighter in Burmese eastern jungles lends authenticity to his performance.

 

In my performance, I acted to reflect the real villains in the real Burmese army. I acted as a really brutal villain.

 

The actors believed the film /has added resonance with a fallout from September's brutal crackdown against pro-democracy demonstrators. Soldiers like those fighting the Karen on the Thai border crushed demonstrations led by Burma's revered monks. And the repression and roundups continue.

 

Rambo 4 is officially banned in Burma. But some watch/ the film in secret. And it’s already taken on cult status, even though these people risk ten years in jail if caught with a copy. Its lines like this one, that have apparently struck a call/.

 

'Live for nothing or die for something.’

 

The film, the coming in outlet/, put the frustrations of young Burmese. '/ Rambo killing those oppressive army people, they can’t do that, but Rambo did it in the movie, that’s why they like it.

 

Even the Buddhist monks say they are watching, they are watching that, the Ramboo movie, and they cheer, ''look, this is, this is the real fights between those, ok their hero Rambo and the Burmese army.''

 

The film may have gone some way to highlight the plight of the Burmese under their brutal repressive regime. But there are no Rambos riding to their rescue, and certainly no one anticipates a happy Hollywood ending. Inigo Gilmore, Channel 4 news, Bangkok

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