This documentary presents the complex reciprocal saturation of human communities, gods, Buddha Dharma, and the natural landscape marked with religious significance. Through the narratives of a father and a son, this film illustrates both the transcendental and inter-sentient dimensions of Tibetan sacred sites and their ecological significance. It documents a ritualized relationship of people and the place of their dwelling and natural surroundings. The juxtaposition of the cinematic narratives of the father and the son brings the audience to a new sublime height of eco-spiritual reflections on the present and future states of our Planet Earth.
Directors: Dan Smyer Yu and Pema Tashi
Producer: Dan Smyer Yu
Pre-production ethnographic work: Dan Smyer Yu
Film type: documentary
Length: 55 min.
Nominated for an award at the First Beijing International Film Festival in 2011.
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