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Even though most people know quite a bit about Tibet, this documentary really puts things into perspective.
The beautiful landscapes, colorful Tibetan dress, haunting musical score, and excellent editing make this a tour-de-force film.
In fact Tibet has always had very close cultural ties with China, and there were Tibetans who encouraged the Chinese.
This film shares interviews and new clips to formulate a story of Tibet and how our own government is involved in such dirty deeds which hurt an innocent people all in the name of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kytka Hilmar-Jezek
A powerful film that is difficult for me to watch but I am grateful to have the awareness of what this film portrays. The disc arrived in good condition and in a timely manner.Published 14 months ago by A. Marshall
I bought this for two reasons. I am Buddhist, and I am researching a book that I am writing. I saw it first on Hulu I think, but instantly bought it when I realized that this was... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Michael Hillsgrove
fine movie ... painful to watch because i keep up daily with what is happening to the tibetans in their land as a result of the chinese takeover and severe abuse.Published 23 months ago by jude ranson
Few people even know where Tibet is and certainly do not know of the deep and long lasting world tragedy that happened and is happening there. Read morePublished on January 26, 2013 by Charles H. Harpole
Watched this 2 times, both were eye opening.
Highly recommend this if you are wanting to learn about Tibet. Read more
Apparently it's possible to watch this film and entirely miss the point.
Did some nameless organization declare that this was genocide, or not genocide? Did 1. Read more
"Tibet; Cry of the Snow Lion" is a very good documentary with a good mix of newsreel film, spectacular mountain vistas, interviews, and modern footage of the Tibetan problems. Read morePublished on January 31, 2010 by Randy Keehn
A moving film of the bravery it takes for "overt action" from a nation's citizens. Something American citizens do not have when it comes to fighting oppression here at home! Read morePublished on August 2, 2009 by C. Hall