Little Voice, Big Mountain (2011)
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Little Voice, Big Mountain is a film of two parallel running narratives. On the one hand it is a heart-warming and exciting story about the lives of five underprivileged school children during the build up to Nepal's first ever National Youth Debating Championships. On the other it is a film about what its like to be a teenager growing up in a developing country knowing full well there are options available to you other than working in rice fields but that it is almost impossible to really realize such dreams. The end result is an uplifting and touching ray of light from a country most people know very little about aside from its big mountains. The film is narrated by Alan Rickman.
Tells the story of Nepal's first National Youth Debating Championships. In the summer of 2010 several of the UK's top young debaters embarked on a trip to Nepal to pass on their skills to school children from across the country. Over several weeks some of Nepal's most underprivileged school children will be taught to debate with the best selected for the country's first ever National Youth Debating Championships. It will be a journey of self discovery as along the way it becomes clear that there is a lot more at stake than just the competition. The film is narrated by Alan Rickman.
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