My second mini-film made in Myanmar features monks waiting for President Obama to arrive in Yangon, drunken karaoke, live music by Side Effect, drinking Chinese snake and lizard medicine and a brave croc zookeeper… Among other things.
“Jessica Mudditt deftly brings home the absurdity, humour, danger and enchantment of life in Myanmar in a time of change.”
- JEREMY FERNANDEZ, ABC SYDNEY NEWS ANCHOR
“A beautifully paced, enlightening and empathetic account of what it took to get by in this beguiling, but sadly blighted land.”
- JAMES PETERS, BETTER READ THAN DEAD
“It’s a terrific memoir of a place and time unknown to many Australians. Very much recommended!”
- WENDY HARMER, ABC RADIO SYDNEY