As part of the famous Budapest art cinema Taban’s Art and Science programme The Legacy of Menla is again screening.
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As some of you might already know The Legacy of Menla won the Best Documentary award at Brasov International Film Festival last year in September but we just received our trophy!
A few weeks ago we received a very humbling request from the Dharma Gate Buddhist College to screen The Legacy of Menla and have a talk afterwards.
"Perhaps one of the most difficult things to convey in movies is spiritual life and we certainly see that is handled successfully here."
About Daughters of Dolma, Amos Lassen
"Daughters of Dolma is highly recommended for showing aspects of Buddhist monks you would not see otherwise. This feature allows us to highly understand who they are as people and what they do in everyday life, from fierce debates to lighter moments, acknowledging that they have daily struggles just as we all do."
About Daughters of Dolma, Buffalo and Erie County Public Library
"Daughters of Dolma manages to humanise a marginalised group of women seldom seen on screen, to dispel taboo and to shed light on their fascinating lives. It’s a rare joy to be introduced to such warm and charming personalities and one opportunity not to be missed in this beautifully observed film."
About Daughters of Dolma, Critics Associated
"it’s as remarkable a piece of film as its subjects are practitioners. With its absolutely beautiful eye for detail in its unique setting — some of the visuals will stay with you — as well as its careful ear for the wisdom held by those it focuses on."
About Daughters of Dolma, Patheos
"...the film convincingly portrays Tibetan Medicine and doesn't fet bogged down by problems and symptoms, but it makes the spirit and the soul also the object of its analyses..."
About The Legacy of Menla, Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian Nation)
"Every frame of the film has a deep meaning to offer, the little music that it has is simple but very touching - and then I have not even mentioned the poem, that was written by the son of one of the patients and it accompanies the whole film.”
About The Legacy of Menla, Watchaholics
“The most beautiful parts that give the film a frame are not cheezy at all: behind a century old forest we see a green-painted mountain beyond white clouds then a noble eagle flies by while the narration recites a beautiful poem that was written by the son of a lady who passed away. The poem and the visuals coincide with the awe of the locals, that they look at each other and the nature with.”
About The Legacy of Menla, Népszava (Word of the Nation)