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Release Date: 10/14/1998
UPC: 0717951000576
Original Release: 1997
Rating: PG-13
Source: Walt Disney Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital, stereo]
Time: 2:15:00

Special Features

Dolby Digital 5.1 audio; Theatrical trailer; Chapter search

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tenzin Thuthob Tsarong Dalai Lama (adult)
Gyurme Tethong Dalai Lama (age 12)
Tulku Jamyang Kunga Tenzin Dalai Lama (age 5)
Tenzin Yeshi Paichang Dalai Lama (age 2)
Tencho Gyalpo Mother
Tsewang Migyur Khangsar Father
Sonam Phunstok Reting Rinpoche
Gyatso Lukhang Lord Chamberlain
Robert Lin Chairman Mao

Technical Credits
Martin Scorsese Director
Jeffrey Burks Special Effects Supervisor
Franco Ceraolo Art Director
Barbara de Fina Producer
Roger Deakins Cinematographer
Laura Fattori Executive Producer
Dante Ferretti Costumes/Costume Designer,Production Designer
Philip Glass Score Composer
Scott Harris Associate Producer,Asst. Director
Dream Quest Images Special Effects
Ellen Lewis Casting
Melissa Mathison Co-producer,Screenwriter
Massimo Razzi Art Director
Francesca Lo Schiavo Set Decoration/Design
Thelma Schoonmaker Editor
Clive Winter Sound/Sound Designer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Chapter Selection
1. Program Start/Credits [:18]
2. Family Circle [:19]
3. Visitor [:46]
4. Taking Possession [1:56]
5. Ceremonial Welcome [3:42]
6. The Summer Palace [3:44]
7. Holy Teeth [3:37]
8. Shaman [2:50]
9. Prophesied Death [4:10]
10. Politics And Religion [4:12]
11. Envoy From China [6:56]
12. Stolen Silence [3:01]
13. Visit To The Motherland [4:06]
14. Old Home [3:34]
15. Time For Resistance [1:36]
16. Journey [2:43]
17. Refuge [8:02]
18. End Credits [3:19]

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Kundun 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Both visually and musically hypnotic. A beautiful tapestry of history and entertainment. A movie with real soul.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As Martin Scorcese wrote, the main point of this movie is how does a non-violent, peaceful man and his country deal with the threats and violence surrounding them. The struggle for inner peace, forgiveness and tolerance is tested every day - especially in our fast-paced anonymous society. This movie makes you want to strive for that kind of acceptance and resolve. The scenery and cinematography itself is beautiful enough to hold your attention.
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