Prince of the Himalayas

Film
1 x 108 minutes
2006

Prince of the Himalayas is an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s tragedy Hamlet.  In Ancient Tibet, in the shadow of the Himalayas, Prince Lhamoklodan learns of his father’s mysterious death and returns home to find his uncle has taken the throne, as well as the queen.  The dead emperor’s son, the titular Prince, wants revenge, but how can he exact it without devastating his mother? In the struggle to face his destiny and fight his demons, a new king is born.

Prince of the Himalayas is a visually ravishing historical epic. Filmed at 16,000 feet in Tibet, the fine acting, stunning scenery, richly saturated colors and lush costuming make for a truly cinematic experience.