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  • Although this documentary is somewhat "rough", it is perfectly understandable when you consider the guerilla means under which the crew had to film. A very sensitive subject, a very touching story. The emotion on the faces of the Tibetans that had not seen their Dalai Lama for 50+ years speaks volumes. Be warned, you will be searched and any recording devices will be confiscated (that includes camera phones). This is understandable, the "ordinary" people in this film could be prosecuted even killed for viewing an image of their Dalai Lama. You will also be filmed while watching the film. Serious stuff....a film that needs to be seen!
  • It looks like all the countries of the UN did exactly nothing regarding the genocide in Tibet
  • What could we say when we are living in stolen land from Alaska to the Patagonia?

What Remains of Us

Genre:  Documentary | Running Time:  77 min.
Release date:  April 27, 2004 | On DVD/VOD:  August 5, 2008

Current rating: Rating: 3.96
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Cast: Kalsang Dolma, Dalai Lama

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