“Tibet: What Remains of Us” is a controversial documentary film that was released in 2004. It is a story centered around the non violent movement in Tibet. Tibet: What Remains of Us follows the story of a young Tibetan woman who came from Quebec, Canada and visited Tibet for the first time in her life. Her mission is to deliver a secret message from the Dalai Lama to the Tibetans.
Much of China’s budget has been dedicated to the transportation of the people who live in Tibet to other locations that are suitable for living as China was exhausting efforts on constructing major highways in Tibet to further bolster its economic power. China also own the railway track in the world that connects Beijing to Lhasa. Despite all these advancements in their area, the lives of native Tibetans have not improved. Tibet: What Remains of Us was co-written and directed by François Prévost and Hugo Latulippe and produced by François Prévost.