Dalai Lama Renaissance
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As the curtain rapidly fell on the 20th Century, his holiness Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, grew so deeply troubled by the state of the modern world that he invited 40 pivotal Western thinkers to his secluded home in Northern India's Himalayan Mountains, for a lengthy and pointed brainstorming session on the problems of contemporary society and how to solve them most effectively. Foreseeing the importance of this event, documentarist Khashyar Darvich joined the group with an 18-member, 5-camera crew in tow (sponsored by the Wakan Foundation for the Arts) and sought to… More
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 20%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"The celebratory tenor heralded by the title of Khashyar Darvich's "Dalai Lama Renaissance" belies what's onscreen."
‑ Dennis Harvey, Variety
"It's a simple truth that many know before the film starts, but the Dalai Lama serves as human exemplar for the lesson"
‑ John A. Nesbit, Old School Reviews
"Darvich does an adequate job of pointing the camera and letting people speak, but he provides no context"
‑ Robert W. Butler, Kansas City Star
"Aesthetically, Dalai Lama Renaissance is well intended, but--like the conference it depicts--in need of more thorough (self) realization."
‑ Sara Maria Vizcarrondo, Boxoffice Magazine
""Renaissance" seems more like video footage than a documentary, capturing a little hot air but not shedding much light."
‑ Rob Thomas, Capital Times (Madison, WI)
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