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Unmistaken Child

Witness an extraordinary individual journey in this touching, revealing look at a Nepalese monk's search for his reincarnated mentor. This beautifully-filmed documentary provides rare insight into the ways in which deceased masters are located and identified, both a revealing expose of a unique process and a remarkable story of personal sacrifice and dedication. Visually stunning and emotionally gripping 'Unmistaken Child' is the first real-time documentation of such a search. A film festival hit Israeli filmmaker Nati Baratz has crafted a candid portrait that is at once sweeping and intimate.

Year: 2008
Genre: Documentaries, Spiritual Cinema, Spiritual & Philosophical, Film Festivals 2009, Docos - Spiritual
Country: Israel
Director: Nati Baratz
Duration: 102 Minutes
Rating: G
7.7/10
Location in store: Documentary (Spiritual and Philosophical)

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