Seven Years In Tibet
Filmfest 2015

German Age Rating

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SEVEN YEARS IN TIBET is a lavish, meandering and moving film of a 1953 memoir by Austrian mountaineer Heinrich Harrer. A blue-eyed, bottle-blond Brad Pitt, looking every inch the Aryan Adonis, stars as Harrer, who set out in 1939 to climb the killer Nanga Parbat, in the Himalayas, wound up in a British POW camp and escaped to find solace in the forbidden (to foreigners) Tibetan city of Lhasa. There, in the Potala Palace, the young Dalai Lama is being trained by monks to take his place as the voice of Tibetan Buddhism.
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tags: Adventure, Journey, Religion, Feature film, Current Affairs

Cast: Brad Pitt, David Thewlis, BD Wong, Mako, Danny Denzongpa


Screenplay: Becky Johnston

Original Material: Heinrich Harrer

Director of Photography: Robert Fraisse

Film Editor: Noëlle Boisson

Composer: John Williams

Production Designer: At Hoang

Costume Design: Enrico Sabbatini

Sound: Richard Patton, Ken Weston, Tim Worth, Darren Brisker

Producer: Jean-Jacques Annaud, Iain Smith, John H. Williams

Production Company: Mandalay Entertainment

Co-Production Company: Reperage & Vanguard Films, Applecross Productions

World Sales: Park Circus Ltd.

Director: Jean-Jacques Annaud