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Once Dumb, Twice Crazy, Third Time Wise: A Tale of Buddhist Pilgrimage| 1hr : 33mins
Director: David Ambuel | Producer: David Ambuel
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: United States
Subject Tags: americas, asia, belief, culture, education, united states
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
The film (2011, 94 minutes) follows a group of Thai pilgrims, made up of monks and lay followers, on a pilgrimage to the sites of Buddhism's roots in India and Nepal. It observes their practices and examines their goals and aspirations in undertaking the pilgrimage as they retrace the Buddha's life from his birthplace in Lumbini, to the place of enlightenment at Bodhgaya, the first teaching at Sarnath, and death at Kushinagar, while staying at local temples along the way.
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