<i>Lao gou/Khyi rgan (Old Dog)</i>. 2011. China. Directed by Pema Tseden
  • Old Dog

    2011. China. Pema Tseden. 88 min.

Followed by a discussion with Pema Tseden and La Frances Hui, Assistant Director, Cultural Programs, and Film Curator, Asia Society

Thursday, May 16, 2013, 8:00 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2

  • Old Dog

    2011. China. Directed by Pema Tseden. With Yanbum Gyal, Droluma Kyab, Lochey. A young Tibetan decides to sell his family’s nomad mastiff, an exotic dog that fetches a fortune from wealthy Chinese. His aging father opposes him, leading to a series of tragicomic events that threaten to tear the family apart. Pema Tseden is the leading filmmaker of a newly emerging Tibetan cinema, and the first director in China to film his movies entirely in the Tibetan language. His third feature, Old Dog employs an observational documentary approach that soberly depicts the erosion of Tibetan culture under the pressures of contemporary society. Courtesy of dGenerate/Icarus. 88 min.

In the Film exhibition Chinese Realities/Documentary Visions

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