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Michelle Yeoh is difficult Engages in Burmese
KUALA LUMPUR: actress Datuk Michelle Yeoh acknowledged internationally, it is difficult to express the dialogue in Burmese (now Myanmar) to the character as a fighter for democracy that, Aung San Suu Kyi in the film The Lady .
According to the birth of a movie star Ipoh, Perak, he should remember the long dialogue scenes founder of his political party League for Democracy when the national campaign.
“I admit that preparing for the scene when Suu Kyi delivers his speech in front of people is the most challenging because it needs to be done in the Burmese language.
” Not only the long dialogue, but it should be recorded only one time to maintain the emotional impact of the character among the people who heard the speech, “said the teacher guided the Burmese language.
Yeoh was speaking at a press conference epic film biography directed by France, Luc Besson at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel here Tuesday evening.
49-year-old actress says in the film’s commitment also demands a thorough physical preparation for identical physique leaders.
“I make a physical training as a marathon runner. I need to train for an hour and a half before and after the shooting every day.“aspects of physical preparation is very important for the stamina and endurance during the filming. What is more important, it is to maintain my physical form to match the actual physical Suu Kyi, “he said. Had the time being teased does he wish to enter the political playing field leaders, Yeoh said it is a complex field may not afford to do.
“I never consider becoming a politician. It is challenging to become an actor, let alone for a leader.“I admire the strength of the politicians who are able to compromise in all aspects of life including privacy. Criteria for a politician does not have the personality to me, “he said. Film chronology of life inspired by Nobel Peace Prize winner (1991) also starred David Thewlis among others, Jonathan Woodhouse and Jonathan Raggett.
The Lady to be screened in cinemas on May 3.