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Rated NR · 102 minutes · 2009

Benign, subdued documentary follows a Tibetan monk as he searches for the reincarnation of his late beloved master, and discovers him as a chubby Nepalese toddler living on a farm. Writer-director Nati Baratz mostly just tags along and observes the process — it takes four years, including meetings with the Dalai Lama — and those of a less contemplative nature may well wish for an express lane to nirvana. But a monk sums it up best: “If he’s not the wish-fulfilling jewel, then who is?” Precisely (102 min.).
Director: Nati Baratz
Writer: Nati Baratz
Producer: Ilil Alexander
Cast: Tenzin Zopa and The Dalai Lama


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