Movie filmed to tell story of a Tibetan boy chasing dreams

2017-04-01 09:51:07 | From:China Tibet Online

Recently, the movie Three Cordyceps officially began filming in Aba Prefecture of Sichuan Province. The film is adapted from a novel of the same name by a well-known contemporary Tibetan author, A Lai, the youngest recipient of the Mao Dun Literature Award.

The film tells the story of a 12-year-old Tibetan boy named Sanggye who gradually grows up in chasing his dreams, reflecting children’s desire for knowledge, curiosity as well as exploration towards the unknown world in Tibetan-inhabited areas.

Local people from Aba County will feature the film, with the unique Amdo houses, beautiful scenery and colorful ethnic culture as the backdrop.





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