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.”
History Department, Stanford University
Subjects: Asian Studies, Documentary, Race, World Studies, Cultural Studies, Human Rights, 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.
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