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New film exposes Burma protests

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Covering the trial of Burma's pro-democracy leader, Aung Sang Suu Kyi, has proved frustrating for journalists.

They are rarely allowed in to court and most foreign journalists are denied visas to enter the country.

But one organisation, the Democratic Voice of Burma, is there recording undercover.

Tom Brook reports on a new film, Burma VJ, which highlights their role during the 2007 protests against the country's military dictatorship.

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