Becoming Who I Was

Becoming Who I Was

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Chang-Yong Moon, Jin Jeon
Director

2016
Año

South Korea
País

96 min.
Duración

Ladakhi, Tibetan, Hindi
Idioma

Festival 2018
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SYNOPSIS

An apparently ordinary kid finds out that he is the Tibetan monk of the highest rank reincarnated from a past life, which grants him the noble title of Rinpoche. Displaced in his reincarnation in Ladakh, due to the political instability in the Tibet, he is away from his old monastery. For seven years, the camera follows the reincarnated boy and his old godfather in a dangerous journey through the depths of the Himalayas to find his place in the world, and faces them to questions about survival, maturity and a sacred order’s service.

 

Biography

Chang-Yong Moon is a South Korean director and filmmaker. Since 1998 he has worked in documentaries and won several awards for his TV programs, including the Excellence Award from the Korean Broadcasting System.

Jin Jeon is a producer and director. She grew up in four different countries. She took a master in Journalism at the University of Cape Town, worked five years as director and producer in South African television and currently produces documentaries for broadcasters in South Korea.

 

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