Travellers and magicians

Travellers and magicians

Chang hup the gi tril nung

DVD - 2005 | Dzongkha
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Dondup, a young government official who dreams of escaping his rural village for America, misses his bus to the city and is forced to hitchhike with an elderly apple seller, a young monk, and an elderly man and his beautiful daughter. Along the way, the monk tells the story of another young man that mirrors Dondup's ambitions.
Publisher: [S. l.] : Zeitgeist Films, c2005
Branch Call Number: DVD F Tra Dzongkha

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ilovewhippets
Jun 24, 2013

Really wonderful movie. I enjoyed it very much. Lots to see of very beautiful scenery of this unknown, small country of Bhutan, and learn about its culture and people. Wonderful story and actors! Excellent production! I highly recommend it! Also, the Extra on how the movie was made, etc. is very much worth watching.

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velowallah
Feb 21, 2011

The only feature film from Bhutan is a wonderful little glimpse into this unusual country. The actors, almost all non-professional (the monk is a social science researcher) are very natural and charismatic and the scenery is stunning. The story inside the story concept works very well too.

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BookGoddess8
Jan 29, 2011

Great film that takes place in Bhutan, by the same director Norbu who also did the greatly acclaimed film The Cup.
Beautiful visuals and scenery and interesting characters and story.
How great to see a film made in such an obscure little country and in its language!

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