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Hnin Ei Hlaing
Twenty-one-year-old hairdresser Phyo Lay looks back on a turbulent childhood and adolescence and describes how difficult it is to come out in Myanmar. A rare glimpse into the emergent gay community in this hitherto isolated country.
Hnin Ei HlaingHnin Ei Hlaing
Born in Kyaukphyu in Rakhine State in 1985. Entered the film industry with a diploma in computer art and subsequently worked as an editor for MRTV4. Since joining Yangon Film School(YFS) in 2006 she has worked as a regular sound recordist and/ or editor on a number of YFS productions. Hnin Ei Hlaing is currently working as Production Manager in the YFS’s management team. She is also working on a new observational documentary of her own, about a family of potters.