Chang Hup The Gi Tril Nung

Chang Hup The Gi Tril Nung

Director: Khyentse Norbu Cast: Tshewang Dendup, Lhakpa Dorji, Sonam Kinga

DVD (Wide Screen / Subtitled)

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Product Details

Release Date: 10/25/2005
UPC: 0795975107235
Original Release: 2003
Rating: NR
Source: Zeitgeist Films
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:48:00
Sales rank: 50,958

Special Features

Luminous 16:9 transfer, enhanced for widescreen televisions; "Story From Bhutan: The Making of Travellers & Magicians"; Behind-the-scenes Himalayan location footage; Print interview with director Khyentse Norbu; Theatrical trailer; Optional English subtitles

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tshewang Dendup Dondup
Lhakpa Dorji Tashi
Sonam Kinga The Monk
Sonam Lhamo Sonam
Deki Yangzom Deki
Gomchen Penjore Agay
Dasho Adab Sangye Sonam's Father
Ap Dochu Apple Seller
Jigme Drukpa Phunsok
Namgay Dorjee Karma

Technical Credits
Khyentse Norbu Director,Screenwriter
Claudia Bahls Costumes/Costume Designer
Andrew Belletty Sound/Sound Designer
Jamyang Choden Costumes/Costume Designer
Dechen Doirjee Score Composer
Sonam Dorji Score Composer
Donam Dorji Score Composer
Jigme Drukpa Score Composer
Ben Fink Score Composer
Bon Funk Score Composer
Michal The Girl Score Composer
David Hykes Score Composer
Alan Kozlowski Cinematographer
Lisa-Anne Morris Editor
Andrew Plain Sound/Sound Designer
John Scott Editor
Isaiah Seret Asst. Director
Dean Steiner Asst. Director
Raymond Steiner Producer,Production Designer
Jeremy Thomas Executive Producer
Ugyen Wangchuk Production Designer
Malcolm Watson Producer
Malcolm Watson Producer
Karma Yangki Casting

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Travellers and Magicians
1. Archery on the Hill [5:04]
2. Bearded Mosquito [5:02]
3. Prepare for America [5:04]
4. Apple Man [4:39]
5. Hope Causes Pain [7:32]
6. Dreamland Story [6:39]
7. Beautiful Horse [5:37]
8. Monks and Drunks [7:15]
9. Forest House [9:55]
10. Apples for the Officer [5:59]
11. Steamy Bath [11:13]
12. Cooking [5:17]
13. Deki [15:26]
14. Second Thoughts [4:45]
15. Tashi's Poison [4:10]
16. End Credits [4:03]

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Chang Hup The Gi Tril Nung 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What a beautiful journey! We travel through the mountains of Bhutan, listening to a story told by a Buddhist priest. And we meet a cross section of Bhutan society on the way. We are surrounded by beauty as we watch the film, and I think thats the meaning of the movie. To really appreciate this film, order the accompanying coffee table book (search the title of the movie in english on google). This is a wonderful introduction to Bhutan culture. The Buddhist message is of course remarkable. The director/writer is Khyentse Norbu, who is a Buddhist lama. Subtitle is "The bitter and the sweet of temporary things." We of course are temporary. The first principle of Buddhism: human life is temporary.