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After being torn from paradise and surviving twenty long years in refugee camps, the Kingdom of Bhutan's forgotten exiles abandon hopes of returning home and seek a future in a far off place called America.

 

"..this documentary provides valuable insights into the plight and potential of all refugees around the world.…”

       - Craig Sanders, UNHCR

 

"..An important and unknown saga…”

       - Bill McKibben, author The End of Nature

 

“I have seen this movie four times. There is not a time where I didn’t cry. My life is your film. I will tell my children to watch your movie to understand my past.”

      - Suraj Bhudathoki, Director for International Campaign for Human Rights in Bhutan.

“I have seen this movie four times. There is not a time where I didn’t cry. My life is your film. I will tell my children to watch your movie to understand my past.”

      - Suraj Bhudathoki, Director for International Campaign for Human Rights in Bhutan.

"..This film is bringing our plight to the world…”

       - Tika Acharya, Director of Bhutanese Community of New Hampshire