Release Date: 2004
Not Yet Rated|1 hr 16 min
For eight years, director François Prévost secretly filmed this documentary detailing the views of ordinary Tibetans about Chinese aggression, nonviolent protest and the future of their country. It begins with Kalsang Dolma, a young Tibetan woman raised in Canada -- but whose parents were political refugees -- returning to her native land. She carries with her a message from the Dalai Lama, and Prévost records as Tibetans react to the exiled leader's words.
Director: François Prévost, Hugo Latulippe