When Dr. Lynn abandoned his terminally ill wife on her deathbed, he left his three children Susan, Christian, and Win essentially orphaned. Almost a decade later, on the eve of their annual family reunion, Dr. Lynn unexpectedly shows up at Christian's door claiming he can justify his nine-year absence. Drug-addled and emotionally vulnerable, Christian reluctantly agrees to escort his father to the reunion, sending an already volatile family environment reeling.
Director: Carlos Puga
Executive Producer: Andrew Corkin, Alex Schepsman & Susan Shopmaker
Producer: Brett Potter, Grant Curatola, Jean-Raphael Ambron & E McCabe Walsh
Screenwriter: Carlos Puga
Cinematographer: Tom Richmond
Editor: Carlos Puga and Brady Corbet
Production Designer: Tara Pavoni
Sound Designer: Josh Berger
Music: Daniel Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans
Additional Credits: Co-Producer: Garrett Fennelly, Art Director: Esther Kim, 1st AD: Ryan Dearth, Gaffer: Noah Chamis, UPM / Line Producer: Matt Snetzko / Ty Walker
Principal Cast: Christopher Abbott, Gaby Hoffmann, Christopher McCann, Dan Bittner, Emily Fleischer, Jacinta Puga, Matt McCarthy, Kelly Aucoin
In 2003 Carlos Puga began working as a producer/director for MTV’s documentary series "True Life", work which he continues to this day and for which in 2009 he received a Daytime Emmy Award. In 2011 his short film "Satan Since 2003" premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. "Burma" is his first feature film.
Public Film Contact
Calavera USA / Standard Arts