Tibetan Warrior
The true Story of one Man's Fight for Freedom
cinema-documentary 2015
84 min.
A true story on the non-violent fight for freedom and the danger of radicalization.

North America/Switzerland

For more than 60 years Tibetans have been fighting Chinese oppression. But their non-violent struggle appears to be in vain. Now, as a new form of peaceful protest, Tibetans are setting themselves on fire. Loten Namling – an exiled Tibetan and musician living in Switzerland – is deeply disturbed by such self-destructive action. So he sets off from Europe to India, on a one-man mission to meet top politicians, experts and young radicals. He himself becomes increasingly radical, and is on the verge of violent protest. Finally he ends up at the Office of the Dalai Lama in India, to seek the advice from the exiled Tibetan leader.

press review

This film is a wake up call.
DRS 3, 23.1.2012
PR desaster for a transnational (...) not a one-sided film
SDA, 24.1.2012
A new documentary film takes food giant Nestlé to task for its water bottling practices.
Romeo Regenass, Tagesanzeiger - translated by worldcrunch, 17.1.2012