Love and Liquor
Love and Liquor (Burmese: မေတ္တာနှင့်သူရာ; Myitta Hnint Thuyar) is a 1920 Burmese silent film directed by Ohn Maung, written by P Moe Nin and starring Nyi Pu. It was the first Burmese feature film, and the day it premiered, October 13, 1920, is commemorated annually as Myanmar Movie Day.
|Myitta Hnint Thuyar|
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|Directed by||U Ohn Maung|
|Produced by||Burma Film Company|
|Written by||P Moe Nin|
|Distributed by||Burma Film Company|
|October 13, 1920|
Production and releaseEdit
Ohn Maung, Burma's pioneer filmmaker, had founded the Burma Film Company. He hired Nyi Pu, Burma's first actor, to act in the first Burmese feature film, the silent Myitta Nit Thuya (Love and Liquor).
The film opened with the title "Burma Film Presents: Love and Liquor" but there were no credits or mention of the cast. It was based on a story by P Moe Nin.
The film proved a major success, despite its poor quality due to a fixed camera position and inadequate film accessories.
- Mya Nat Maung, first Burmese audio film.
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