If you have ever made fun of your grandparents, then you almost certainly know that they can return the favor a hundred times better. A touching story of a group of friends interviewing their grandparents about “what it was like when you were young…”– humorous, stern, and sometimes with a tear in the eye.
One World festival director
Becoming Who I Was
This documentary only lightly touches on the theme of human rights, but it will draw you in with its human dimension. The film is a nicely done portrait of the close, warm, and affectionate relationship between a young boy and his teacher and their common battle to attain a goal. It is also about the effort and time that it may take an individual to fulfil their dreams, which, in the case of the young Rinpoche, is finding his monastery.
Head of the Human Rights Department, People in Need
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