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(189) 9.4 105 min 2020

Free Burma Rangers is a movie starring David Eubank, Karen Eubank, and Peter Eubank. The film follows Dave, Karen, and their three young children, as they venture into war zones where they are fighting to bring hope. Viewers will...

Starring
Sahale Eubank, David Eubank, Karen Eubank, Peter Eubank
Genres
Documentary
Director
Brent Gudgel, Chris Sinclair

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Brent Gudgel, Chris Sinclair
Writer Brent Gudgel
Stars Sahale Eubank, David Eubank, Karen Eubank, Peter Eubank
Country USA
Runtime 1H 45M
Description The film follows Dave, Karen, and their three young children, as they venture into war zones where they are fighting to bring hope. Viewers will follow the family into firefights, heroic rescues, and experience life-changing ministry.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 23:29

One of the most important things I learned from the film was that the Burmese need help from the west. As the film was talking about the need for aid to be sent to Burma to help the people, the natural reaction of the British, the Americans and the French was not to help but rather to turn a blind eye to the situation. It is a problem with the way these countries do business. The film was not fully successful in bringing the truth about the situation in Burma. It is a shame because the Chinese are extremely generous and like to help anyone who asks. People in China will use any opportunity they can to get aid to their countries. However, when aid is sent to Burma, it tends to go directly to the hands of the Burmese government who will probably not take it. They will use it to influence the people and even though the aid is good, it will not prevent a situation like this from happening again. I agree with the British who said that the British government has to be very careful in how they use the aid because if they use it to manipulate people, they will likely find themselves in a similar situation. However, in order to defeat the Burmese government, the aid is not enough. I think that the British government should put their best foot forward by helping to distribute the aid by bringing their own money to the country. This way, the British could take care of the problem on their own. They would not have to look over their shoulder at the Burmese government and have to deal with the problem in their own country. The United States is just as bad as the British and French. They don't help in Burma but they help in other countries. It's a major problem. If the Americans were as generous as the British and French, there would not be this problem. The Americans are becoming more and more tied in with the Chinese who are becoming more and more wealthy because of trade. China is looking to get more of its money into the West. I think that the Americans have a major problem in being so irresponsible and taking in aid to people who are in need. They should try to help the people in Burma, but if they are to have any influence, they need to make more money. All they have to do is bring money into the country. The Burmese government needs to work more and more to have more influence in the West. By doing this, the Burmese government can pressure the West to help the Burmese government and the United States can make more money in the West by making more money and buying the goods from China.<|end
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 06:42

A very good movie, but not the show all of our own about this one, about all the fun and of the Bursar's life in Thailand, also about the many 'views' there are from here in the States, and also about the Arakanese race. Another good documentary about the U.S. involvement in the Thailand-Burma 'Arakanese conflict'. Very well done. I watched this movie on a flight from Germany, and it was the last part of the movie. The more important is that the director knew his subject well. A film like this shows that 'It could be something you should of had seen before'. I think the movie does make me think about the question of our involvement in the current conflict in Burma, and the reality of the U.S. role in that conflict. It also showed how easy it is for the media to manipulate the public and sometimes profit from that. It showed how the media of some countries did distort the truth in order to get a positive or to prove the point. And it also made me wonder about how people in the U.S. view what is happening in Asia. A good movie, and a must see for all to see. I recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in how our government deals with the world. As I said, this is a very good movie, but not the show all of our own. But it shows how we are more concerned than they are about what is happening in our own country. So if you are like me, watch it for yourself. In conclusion, I think that this movie does a great job in showing the reality. And I suggest you to watch it, to learn what is happening around the world and how our government is dealing with that situation. (A good movie.)


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