Previously at the ICA - Films
4 Jul 2008 – 6 Jul 2008
A gripping story set during the last uprising in Tibet, in the late 1980s, Windhorse draws us into the lives of three young Tibetans struggling to make sense of their lives: Dadon, a singer on the verge of stardom; her brother Dorjee who gambles and drinks his life away; and their cousin Pema, a devout nun. As restrictions on basic freedoms tighten, they are forced to face their circumstances.
Dir Paul Wagner/Thupten Tsering, US 1998, 97 mins, subtitles, Cert tbc