Soul on a String
Pi Sheng Shang De Hun

Soul on a String - Pi Sheng Shang De Hun
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Disturbing but epic!

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This movie is about Tibet, with Tibetan actors speaking Tibetan, but is meant neither for Tibetans or Western audiences. It's loosely based on a 1985 short story by the "Tibetan" novelist Tashi Dawa, who was born to a Chinese mother and educated in China, writes only in Chinese, speaks no ...Read more

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Beautifully stated Bob, thank you for the background information. It is a very good reference in comparing it to the old west

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