Tibet: Murder in the Snow
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Tibet: Murder in the Snow
On September 30th, 2006, over 100 international climbers witnessed a tragedy atop the remote Namgpa Pass that shook them to their very core. A group of Tibetan refugees were staging a daring escape from their homeland when armed Chinese border police pursued them up into the thin are and opened fire. In the aftermath, Tibetan teenage nun Kelsang Namatsu was dead. Incredibly, the climbers captured the entire harrowing ordeal on camera. In this film, that original footage combines with reenactments and interviews with witnesses and survivors in order to provide a detailed account of the tragic… More
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