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A film by Pan Nalin

September 29, 2019
Sunday at 2.30pm
FREE to attend

Unit Four: The Cornucopia Room, 4 Towerdykeside, Hawick TD9 9EA

Samsara (2001)
2h 18min (France)
Cert. R, adult content
Director: Pan Nalin
Stars: Shawn Ku, Christy Chung, Neelesha Barthel

Having completed a solitary retreat that lasted 3 years, 3 months, 3 weeks and 3 days, Tashi, who has been raised as a Buddhist monk from the age of 5, faces the choice between the love of a woman and the Monastery, or as his Master puts it, the choice between satisfying one thousand desires and conquering one.

Refreshments and conversation after the film.
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Supported by The Beshara Trust, an educational charity
Samsara is being shown in conjunction with Impersonal Compassion, a day seminar at Chisholme House, led by Avi Abadi.

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