2500 years ago, in India, Siddhartha was born as a prince of the Shakya clan, but he gives up his position as a prince to see the world. He meets a strange boy named Assaji, who can predict... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Buddha 2: Tezuka Osamu no Budda - Owarinaki tabi
2500 years ago, in India, Siddhartha was born as a prince of the Shakya clan, but he gives up his position as a prince to see the world. He meets a strange boy named Assaji, who can predict...
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Lee R (kr) wrote: An hour and a half of depressing dribble. Stick to stand up, cause that was shit.
Clare K (it) wrote: The ensemble acting in this film is just about unequaled, probably because these characters probably couldn't be written or performed this way today.