Canada | 2023 | 74 minutes | NR
Tenzin is a Canadian drama film, directed by Michael LeBlanc and Josh Reichmann and released in 2021. The film stars Tenzin Kelsang as Tenzin, a young Tibetan Canadian man who is struggling to come to terms with the death of his older brother by self-immolation at a Tibetan independence movement demonstration.
Director: Michael LeBlanc and Josh Reichmann
Cast: Tenzin Kelsang, Tenzin Choekyi
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Tenzin is a young Tibetan man living in Toronto, when his older brother self-immolates as a form of nonviolent protest of the treatment of Tibetans living under the current Chinese occupation. Tenzin struggles to come to terms with the loss of his brother while navigating a life with one foot in Western youth culture and the other, somewhat reluctantly in the devoted community of his fellow exiled Tibetans.
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