Award-winning writer-producer Frederick Marx directs this Tibetan-based documentary. The stars are two Buddhist monks, tasked by the Dalai Lama with building a school to preserve traditional Zanskari art, language and culture. The difficult part? Transporting 17 children, ages 4 to 12, across a dangerous 17,000-foot mountain pass to fill up the school. The film chronicles their arduous five-day trek. Richard Gere is, by law, required to narrate.90 minutes Unrated.