Becoming Who I Was gets brief theatrical release – catch it while you can!

by Philip Gowman on 3 January, 2018

in Buddhism | Documentaries | Event Notices

Jeon Jin’s and Moon Chang-yong’s documentary Becoming Who I Was screened at the London Film Festival back in October. I wasn’t expecting much from it, but it made quite an impression on me, and it ended up being one of my films of the year. My brief review is here. Do try and catch this lovely film if you can when it comes to the Bertha Dochouse this month.

Becoming Who I Was

Dir: Jeon Jin, Moon Chang-yong
South Korea / 2016 / 95mins
Friday 12th January 18:20 | Saturday 13th January 16:00 | Sunday 14th January 18:00
Bertha Dochouse | Curzon Bloomsbury | The Brunswick | London WC1N 1AW
Book tickets on the Dochouse website

Becoming Who I Was

After a Buddhist boy in the highlands of northern India discovers that he is the reincarnation of a centuries-old Tibetan monk, his aging godfather takes him on a journey to discover his past in an enchanting story of faith and unconditional love.

Becoming Who I Was is screening daily from Friday 12 January, check back for more times. Screening as part of our Detox Docs Season.

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