Seven Years in Tibet (1997) - Movie Details
|Release Date:||October 8, 1997|
|Writer:||Becky Johnston, Heinrich Harrer|
|Cast:||Dorjee Tsering, Sonam Wangchuck, Ama Ashe Dongtse, Jetsun Pema, Lhakpa Tsamchoe, Jamyang Jamtsho Wangchuck, Ingeborga Dapkunaite, Victor Wong, Danny Denzongpa, Mako, B.D. Wong, David Thewlis, Brad Pitt|
|Running Time:||131 minutes|
|MPAA Rating:||Rated PG-13 for some violent sequences|
After being taken prisoners by the British, they escape and undergo a two-year journey through the Himalayas, attempting to cross Tibet and arrive in China. Instead, they would end up in Lhasa, the religious...
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Seven Years in Tibet could have been a good movie. Historically accurate, it gives a detailed look into the past of Tibet and it's current ruler. The Tibetan customs and religious views are played out throughout the film and Annaud went to no limitations in showing the beautiful landscapes. Still, Seven Years in Tibet circles around Brad Pitt's character, someone who can't make up their mind whether they are good or bad. In the beginning, he's rotten and self-centered; in the ending, he's kind and a perfect father... But the only way to tell that time has passed is the dates they post in the lower portion of the screen. There was no sense of timeline in Seven Years in Tibet and many of the scenes seemed unfinished or sketchy at best. The most prominent figure was the Dalai Lama (Jamyang Wangchuk) but even his superb job couldn't cover up the obvious flaws. Full movie review »
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