This is a 2006 Tibetan-language docudrama about the life of the most famous Tibetan tantric yogi, eponymous Milarepa.
In the 11th century Tibet of Buddhists and mystics, lamas and sorcerers roamed and yogis were seen flying through the sky.
In the year of the Water Dragon, on a high barren plain in the Shadow of the Great Mount Tisi, a child was born.
Destined to become one of the most treasured figures in Tibet's history, his life story has become an inspiration for millions.
He was the illustrious Milarepa.
But before he was revered as Milarepa, he was a man named Thöpaga.
Combining myth, biography and adventure, the film shows the adventurous formative years of the legendary buddhist mystic, Milarepa (1052-1135)---one of the most widely known Tibetan Saints.
Milarepa realizes how senseless it is to disregard one's life by fighting foes who are but frail flowers.
How foolish it is to spend your lifetime without meaning when a precious human body is so rare a gift.
In this film, however, Milarepa practices only negative actions.
It is quite interesting but I can hardly believe that those revenges actually took place---maybe they did by accident.
Read the paragraph that came just before the movie started & that was enough for me - not something I'm interested in. Not leaving star rating because of this.
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