The Last Dalai Lama?

"You want the chance to bask in his presence and come out with a heightened sense of what he's about. 'The Last Dalai Lama?' accomplishes that, and with an offhand eloquence." - Variety

Opens the Twin Sept. 8! Twenty-five years after his first film about the 14th Dalai Lama, director Mickey Lemle takes you right up close to the Tibeten holy one's presence — and wisdom. But will China crush his legacy?

"Perhaps no religious leader has been as consistently visible on the world stage over the past 50 years as the 14th Dalai Lama, the revered Buddhist monk who fled Tibet in 1959 to escape Chairman Mao’s communist regime. In the decades since, he’s patiently advocated for the Tibetan people’s autonomy while at the same time establishing a worldwide reputation for religious collaboration and innovative research into the links between Buddhism and science.

"The Dalai Lama’s profile got a boost from filmmaker Mickey Lemle’s 1992 documentary Compassion in Exile, and now Lemle returns 25 years later with this follow-up reexamining the Dalai Lama’s legacy, taking the celebrations surrounding his 80th birthday in 2015 as a departure point. Like its predecessor, the new film will prove of most interest to his holiness’ admirers and devoted followers. But it also offers a good deal of appealing content for broader audiences that may deepen their appreciation for this charismatic leader who has successfully forged widely admired religious and secular roles with a surprising variety of high-profile personalities, including presidents and A-list actors. A poignant tribute to an extraordinary figure." - Hollywood Reporter


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