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The Burmese authorities are said to be upset with the plot of the film, in which Stallone's character tackles the country's military in a mission to free a group of captured Christian aid workers. The 61-year-old actor is upset that his film might not reach fans following an official crackdown on the distribution of pirated copies of Rambo.
"If the Burmese government has nothing to hide, I am wiling to go there and show the world where thousands of bodies of innocent women and children are buried," Contactmusic quoted him as saying. "Let the generals look me in the eye and tell me they have a free country. It will never happen," he added.