TIBET: BEYOND FEAR
The New York Times
Beyond Fear is an important and inspiring film that will add a critical dimension to any course in humanities, history, religion, human rights, and Asian studies.”
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Subjects: Asian Studies, Religion & Spirituality, Documentary, Human Rights, World Studies, Sociology
With an opening by Richard Gere, this award winning television documentary has been translated into 12 languages and broadcast on television worldwide. Tibet: Beyond Fear highlights the remarkable courage of Ngawang, a Buddhist nun and Bagdro, a Buddhist monk who at 13 and 20 years old, led freedom demonstrations against Chinese repression in Tibet. Following a brutal military crackdown, they’re arrested and endure horrific torture until a global movement culminates in their release. Through the power of a positive mind and inspired by the Dalai Lama, Bagdro and Ngawang find a way beyond fear and even forgive their former torturers.