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From childhood to adulthood, Tibet's fourteenth Dalai Lama deals with Chinese oppression and other problems.

Director: Martin Scorsese
Writer: Melissa Mathison
Production: Buena Vista Internationa
Year: 1997
MetaScore: 74/100
ImdbRating: 7.0
BoxOffice: N/A
Released: 16 Jan 1998
Awards: Nominated for 4 Oscars. Another 7 wins & 9 nominations.

8 Clips & Quotes

Cast

Dalai Lama (Adult) - Tenzin Thuthob Tsarong
Dalai Lama (Age 12) - Gyurme Tethong
Dalai Lama (Age 5) - Tulku Jamyang Kunga Tenzin
Dalai Lama (Aged 2) - Tenzin Yeshi Paichang
Mother - Tencho Gyalpo
Lobsang (5-10) - Tenzin Topjar
Takster - Tenzin Lodoe
Lama of Sera - Geshi Yeshi Gyatso
The Messenger (as Lobsang Gyatso) - Losang Gyatso
Reting Rinpoche - Sonam Phuntsok
Lord Chamberlain - Gyatso Lukhang
Master of the Kitchen - Lobsang Samten
Taktra Rimpoche (as Tsewang Jigme Tsarong) - Jigme Tsarong
Ling Rimpoche - Tenzin Trinley
Kashag / Nobleman #1 (as Ngawang Dorjee) - Namgay Dorjee
Kashag / Nobleman #2 - Phintso Thonden
Norbu Thundrup - Jamyang Tenzin
Lobsang (Adult) - Tashi Dhondup
Nechung Oracle - Jampa Lungtok
Deformed Face Bodyguard - Karma Wangchuk
Second Chinese General - Kim Chan
General Tan - Henry Yuk
Prime Minister Lobsang Tashi - Ngawang Kaldan
Prime Minister Lukhangwa - Jurme Wangda
Chairman Mao - Robert Lin
Tibetan Doctor (as Selden Kunga) - Salden Kunga
Chinese Comrade - John Wong
Old Woman - Gawa Youngdung
Tenzin Chonegyl (Age 12) - Tenzin Rampa
Indian Soldier - Vyas Ananthakrishnan
(voice) - Ken Leung
Chinese soldier - Yoon C. Joyce
General Chang Ching-Wu - Ben Wang