Seven Years in Tibet - Films

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Two films have been based on the book: one in 1956, Seven Years in Tibet, a 76-minute documentary directed by Hans Nieter which included both movies taken by Harrer during his stay in Tibet and various scenes from his adventures reconstructed by Harrer himself; and Seven Years in Tibet (1997), directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud starring Brad Pitt as Harrer and David Thewlis as Aufschnaiter.

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