This 42-minute film captures a glimpse of the conflict faced by the Karen people in Myanmar; with tales of suffering related with seemingly stoic resignation by those experiencing it. The US filmakers are appealing to viewers to take action.
In 2006, four friends from the US set out on a mission to film atrocities being done to the people of Burma, and specifically to the Karen people.
The result is the following 42-minute documentary, The Road: A Journey into Burma's War-Torn Karen State. It tells a moving tale of a suffering and displaced people. The filmakers hope it will prompt viewers in the US and around the world to act and lobby their political leaders, to effect change.
A story of Karen experience (ucanews.com)
The Road // A Journey into Burma's War-Torn Karen State (YouTube)