Into Tibet: Part Two

2014 is the year of the horse in the Tibetan calendar and Shakyamuni Buddha's year of his birth sign. According to Tibetan folklore, you may double your merits and virtues if you circumambulate Mount Kailash this year. Kailash is holy mountain commonly recognized in many religions. In the hearts of believers, that is the center of the world. The film is about the stories of five characters related to Mt Kailash: A young Living Buddha starts off his first long, difficult journey of his lifetime with his friends, to circumambulate Mt Kailash. A Beijing journalist is returning to this place of worship to complete the trek around the mountain despite his death kissing experience in the mountains a few years ago. A band of four local Tibetan women farmers are adopting the most difficult way in their circumambulation after their busy farming season. The local tour guide who has led hundreds around the mountain is making money as a guide and doing his pilgrims at the same time. Meanwhile, a thousand kilometer away from Kailash, a 83-year-old man is planning his trek around the mountain. He is a famous Tanka master in Tibet, he can't forgive the mistake he made in 50 years ago. He hopes that such an arduous journey around the holy mountain will cleanse his sins.

Running Time
2 hours 4 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Hai Hong
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Into Tibet: Part Two» (20)

Carol avatar

And the conclusion! The underlying themes were brought together in the most masterful way I've seen in a while!!!

Danielle Morrison avatar
Danielle Morrison

Definitely would have picked this to win.

Lawrence H. avatar
Lawrence H.

This movie is wonderful. I enjoyed every minute of it.

Jacqueline avatar

I hate watching movies more than once and I've watched this three times.

Steven Bradley avatar
Steven Bradley

Unreal, the direction and cinematography were excellent as was the cast.

Joshua M. avatar
Joshua M.

Love the movie it was a great watch I will be watching it again

Sara avatar

Now That's what you call Documentary

Stephen Williamson avatar
Stephen Williamson

Entertaining offered a nice evening