A cup of tea is just what I need!
Set in a Tibetan monastery, we follow the attempts of a group of teenage monks, as they try to watch the world soccer cup final. There is no television set in the monastery, so their main problem is obtaining a TV set and satellite dish, which is against the wishes of their elders, resulting in a gentle comedy.|
Hindi and Tibetan with English subtitles.
94 minutes, All ages
Comedy, Male conflict & bonding, On the Art Circuit
Where's it showing?
Jamyang Lodro, Orgyen Tobgyal, Neten Chockling
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital|
|Produced by||Coffee Stain Productions, Palm Pictures|
|South African Media|
|The MoviesiteIan Douglas||11|
|Cape ArgusOwen Williams||10|
|The StarDarryl Accone||18|
|Die BurgerMariana Malan||15|
|Sunday TimesBarry Ronge||15|
|BeeldMarius Jooste||16 |
|eye Weekly (Canada)Jason Anderson||15|
|Box Office (USA)Kevin Courrier||13|
|Total Film (UK)Dan Jolin||20|
|Film Review (UK)James Mottram||15|
|Average .. 74%||15|
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