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Milarepa (1973)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1973
Running time:108 minutes
Director:Liliana Cavani

Description: An Italian car crash sends its victims adrift in time back to 11th-century Tibet where they re-enact the dramatic story of the poet-sage Milarepa. One of the car's occupants, a young man (Lajos Balasovitz), experiences first hand the power and use of the awesome black magic commonly recounted in the legends of that period, and this causes him considerable distress. He then seeks out someone who can teach him the techniques that lead to inner peace.~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide

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