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Crystal Bear ~ Generation 14plus Best Film
Berlin International Film Festival
Quotation
As playfully time-oriented as its title, [the film] makes reincarnation a central part of its story about a journey through more than one life.
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Becoming Who I Was

After a boy is discovered to be the reincarnation of a centuries-old Tibetan monk, his godfather takes him on an epic journey through treacherous and magnificent natural landscapes to discover his past in a story of profound faith and unconditional love. Few will be able to watch the closing scenes with dry eyes. Winner of twenty international film awards including Best Documentary in Seattle, San Luis Obispo, and Phoenix.

Played at

Monica Film Center, 5.14.18 - 5.14.18
Ahrya Fine Arts, 5.11.18 - 5.17.18
Rated NR This film is subtitled This film is subtitled
Genre: Documentary, Religion
Runtime: 95 min
Language: English, Ladakhi, Tibetan

Awards:
  • Nominee, Crystal Bear ~ Generation 14plus Best Film, Berlin International Film Festival
FEATURED REVIEW: Kathleen Richards, The Stranger
This gorgeously shot, touching documentary by director Moon Chang-yong follows the story of Padma Angdu, an adorable young boy who lives in northern India and is believed to be a reincarnated lama from Tibet, aka Rinpoche. As such, it’s expected that his disciples will fetch hi...