Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion (2003)
Critic Consensus: Makes no effort to do more than present one side of its story, but does it so passionately and persuasively that the viewer almost cannot help but be moved.
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Critic Reviews for Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion
It is pretty convincing in its argument that China has every intention of destroying the culture of Tibetans.
Harrowing and illuminating.
Despite its undeniably moving, and enlightening, moments, the film eventually tips into pedagogy.
Makes a valuable contribution to our understanding of a people that the world must never be allowed to forget, no matter how much their oppressors would prefer us to do just that.
A passionate work of advocacy documentary.
A sobering examination of a land in turmoil and a people that have faced what former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Jeanne Kirkpatrick cites as 20 years of ethnic cleansing.
Audience Reviews for Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion
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Incredible documentary... Visually stunning and inspiring epic story of the compassion and courage of Tibet. Although somewhat one sided, overall I thought this film was magnificent.
this is such a great movie. its about china and tibet. they try to exterminate the people they cant take over. you have to ese this movie.
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