A very interesting short course on the history and status of Burma/Myanmar. Sad, because as a British colony, Burma had the second highest standard of living in Asia. Now it's a fairly typical third world place where a ruling class lives in posh affluence at the expense of the common folk, who often have to pawn their possessions for a bus ride to work.
I was blown away by how beautiful the people are for the most part, especially the kids. There were a few people in the film with crooked or rotten teeth, but not many. Most of them have large, straight, blindingly white teeth. I can't imagine they have national dental care that amounts to anything. It's got to be genetics or a diet thing. Somebody needs to go study it.
The film really endears the Burmese people to you. You walk out wanting to help somehow.