The Tibetan Book of the Dead Part 1: A Way of Life

Directed by Barrie McLean

Year: 1994
Running Time: 48
Color Type: Color
Country: Canada
Language: English
Booking Inquiry

The Tibetan Book of the Dead Part 1: A Way of Life

Cast
Leonard Cohen
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama
Ram Dass

Crew
Directed by Barrie McLean


Death is real, it comes without warning and it cannot be escaped. An ancient source of strength and guidance, THE TIBETAN BOOK OF THE DEAD remains an essential teaching originating in the spiritual cultures of the Himalayas. Narrated by Leonard Cohen, this enlightening two-part series explores the sacred text and boldly visualizes the afterlife according to its profound wisdom.

PART 1: A WAY OF LIFE Death is real, it comes without warning and it cannot be escaped. An ancient source of strength and guidance, The Tibetan Book of the Dead remains an essential teaching originating in the spiritual cultures of the Himalayas. Narrated by Leonard Cohen, this enlightening two-part series explores the sacred text and boldly visualizes the afterlife according to its profound wisdom.

 

Join the conversation
'@KinoLorber' on Oct. 20 2020 at 1:01pm
From B-movie legend Bert I. Gordon comes this Pathécolor cult classic about a woman released from an asylum after…' https://t.co/rfszMeI3oV'
'@KinoLorber' on Oct. 20 2020 at 12:55pm
RT' @moviemakermag': Actor Luca Marinelli and director Pietro Marcello on how their collaboration for Martin Eden resembled a dance. Out now…
'@KinoLorber' on Oct. 20 2020 at 12:38pm
RT' @FilmLinc': Watch our conversation with Pietro Marcello & Luca Marinelli on MARTIN EDEN, autodidacticism, being inspired by Marlon Brando…
'@KinoLorber' on Oct. 20 2020 at 10:13am
RT' @BAM_Brooklyn': Nationtime, William Greaves’ long-lost documentary about the 1972 National Black Political Convention, narrated by Sidney…
'@KinoLorber' on Oct. 20 2020 at 9:53am
RT' @lee_gambin': I did the commentary for this one with Sally Christie for upcoming bluray from' @KinoLorber' ! Lots discussed from possession…
'@KinoLorber' on Oct. 20 2020 at 9:53am
RT' @PenguinClassics': “More to the point, the film is about the life of the writer, asking whether it can ever be a good in itself.”' @augiew…'
'@KinoLorber' on Oct. 20 2020 at 9:52am
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY paints a startling picture of our ERs stretched to the breaking point and exposes the extent o…' https://t.co/BQQFS1YlMX'
'@KinoLorber' on Oct. 19 2020 at 8:17pm
RT' @austinfilm': "The film is a masterpiece, so you should see it any way you can."' @vulture's' Bilge Ebiri gives another glowing review to M…
'@KinoLorber' on Oct. 19 2020 at 8:03pm
Certified Fresh' @RottenTomatoes' 🍅 Critic's Pick' @NYTimes' ☑️ Best Actor' @la_Biennale' 🎭 Platform Prize' @TIFF_NET' 🏆 M…' https://t.co/jzXbooUnV8'
'@KinoLorber' on Oct. 19 2020 at 6:35pm
RT' @Lanre_Bakare': This William Greaves doc about the 1972 National Black Political Convention looks incredible' https://t.co/5ehbFbl886'
Tweet Now!

Inquiries & Press

General Inquiries

Kino Lorber, Inc.
333 W. 39th St., Ste. 503
New York, NY 10018
Tel. (212) 629-6880
Tel. (800) 562-3330
Fax. (212) 714-0871

Press & Media

For publicity assistance and press inquiries please contact us by emailing dninh@kinolorber.com or calling 212-629-6880.

Educational

Please visit our educational site at www.KinoLorberEDU.com

For assistance with educational orders, please contact us at:

Phone:212-629-6880
Fax: 212-714-0871
Email: edu@kinolorber.com