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The Sun, The Moon and The Truth is Back!

MyJustice is excited to announce that The Sun, The Moon and The Truth, the landmark television drama series that aired in 2015, is coming back!

MyJustice is very proud to be the main sponsor for the production of the second season of this television drama series, which will be a part of our nationwide Justice Campaign. The second season of this television drama series will be aired later this year. 

According to MyJustice’s national survey data, television is the most popular form of media in Myanmar for people, both from rural and urban areas, to access information on justice and legal issues.

The production of Season 2 of The Sun, The Moon and The Truth took place in February and March, shooting in two locations, Pyin Oo Lwin and Dawei. MyJustice supported the production, including by connecting the scriptwriters and production crew to experts on legal issues.  to developing realistic scripts and ensuring.

Season 2 of The Sun, The Moon and The Truth will be based in a small fictional community. The series will take us on a journey of the lives of the main characters as they go through various trials and tribulations. They experience various justice issues like intimidation from illegal money lenders, problems in registering land, drug abuse, violence, human trafficking and corruption. The ultimate aim is to focus on justice issues that viewers can relate to and empower the audience by improving awareness of people’s legal rights.  

Many favourite characters have returned for season 2. Hpone Thaik is in the role of NAY, a successful lawyer; Su Pun Htwar in the role of MAY, a Justice Centre Lawyer; Moe Yan Zun as the handsome young policeman, SAI THURA and Khin Zar Chi Kyaw as the talented school teacher KHIN KHIN. Since the end of Season 1, Khin Khin has become a Member of Parliament and helps her community find justice for the challenges they face.

 The executive producers of Season Two are MyJustice (funded by the European Union and implemented by the British Council), Pyoe Pin Services (supported by Omidyar Foundation) and Swe Zin Htaik’s Communication Services Group (CSG). The series will be directed by Aung Ko Latt and edited by Yangon Film Services. The consortium also includes Myanmar Legal Aid Network (MLAW). The production of the television drama series was launched on 29 January 2018 at Rose Garden Hotel in Yangon.