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THE LADY

by Luc Besson

synopsis

The extraordinary human and political adventure of Aung San Suu Kyi, the Burmese activist and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for her battle against dictatorship in her country and for defending human rights, who was forced into house arrest from 1989-2007.

international title: The Lady
original title: The Lady
country: France, United Kingdom
sales agent: EuropaCorp
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Luc Besson
film run: 127'
release date: FR 30/11/2011, BE 21/12/2011, IE 30/12/2011, UK 30/12/2011, PT 12/01/2012, NL 19/01/2012, IT 23/03/2012, SE 04/04/2012, DE 05/04/2012, DK 26/04/2012, NO 27/04/2012, PL 27/04/2012, GR 26/07/2012
screenplay: Rebecca Frayn
cast: Michelle Yeoh, David Thewlis, William Hope, Sahajak Boonthanakit, Teerawat Mulvilai, Nay Myo Thant
cinematography by: Thierry Arbogast
film editing: Julien Rey
art director: Hugues Tissandier
costumes designer: Olivier Bériot
producer: Luc Besson, Andy Harries, Virginie Silla
production: EuropaCorp, France 3 Cinéma, Left Bank Pictures
distributor: EuropaCorp Distribution, Cinéart, Cinéart Netherlands B.V., Good Films, Universum Film GmbH, Pathé Films AG, Entertainment Film Distributors, Scanbox Entertainment Denmark, Scanbox Entertainment Sweden, Scanbox Entertainment Finland, Scanbox Entertainment Norge AS, Nos Lusomundo Audiovisuais, Odeon
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