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The Screen Guide

Tibetan refugees, including the Dalai Lama, tell of the fear and oppression that has existed since China invaded Tibet in 1950, and also of the destructive effect of Chinese occupation - not least the calculated attempt to destroy the Tibetan Buddhist religion, language and culture. We learn from nuns, monks and other Tibetans who have fled Tibet, of the torture and suffering they experienced and indirectly of their courage and resolve.

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Crew

Director
John B Murray
Writers
John B Murray
Producer
John B Murray

Production Details

Production Completion
1999
Genre
Religion and ethics
Production Company
Murray Mancha Pty Ltd

Sales

International Sales
Murray Mancha Pty Ltd