Sing Me a Song

2019, Documentary, 1h 40m

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Sing Me a Song, the new feature from acclaimed documentary filmmaker Thomas Balmès (Babies, Happiness), follows Peyangki, a young monk living in a rural monastery in Bhutan. When TV and the Internet eventually come to the remote country, Peyangki is lured by the power of smartphones, which now compete with the structured daily rituals of monastery life. Unexpected and profound, Peyangki's journey challenges us to reassess our own perceptions of relatedness and self-worth in an age of unparalleled connectivity.

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Jeff Skoll
Executive Producer
Diane Weyermann
Executive Producer
Alex Cardon
Film Editor
Nicolas Rabaeus
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