Following on from last week’s documentary following Nubpa Rinpoche on a trip to the pilgrimage sites associated with Milarepa comes tonight’s documentary.
It takes a different approach to mapping the life of Milarepa and one that is in a way more complete, as it visits all the sites, both in Nepal and Tibet associated with the great yogi.
Certainly not as inspiring as last week’s film, it nevertheless has it’s own merits in giving a fuller picture of the yogi’s life and works.
Shots of the caves where he lived, and other places that are associated with him, are interspersed with some beautiful paintings illustrating his life, and some memorable scenic Tibetan landscapes.
There are virtually no credits given at the end of the film (Thopaga Editorials), so it is hard to know who was responsible. It is not professionally made, and is evidently low-budget, but it is still a good attempt at presenting the information.
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