Photographs from De long en large Ladakh by Jean Mansion - Édition Findakly. Copyright Lise Mansion

Titel : Alexandra David-Neel - Une femme au Tibet interdit
Production : Jeanne Mascolo de Filippis, Antoine de Maximy
Distributor (s) : Marathon International
PRODUCTION / DISSEMINATION : F Productions
Body (s) Regulator (s) or Custodian (s) : Marathon International, Images de la culture (CNC), BnF - Bibliothèque Nationale de France, MK2 Éditions
ISAN : 0000-0001-74B6-0000-Y-0000-0000-9

Alexandra David-Neel - A woman in Tibet banned Screenshot at mai 22 15 08 10 600x400

Alexandra David-Neel is famous throughout the entire world for having entered Lhassa, Thibet's forbidden city in 1923. Very few people know, however, that this extraodinary woman who died at 101 was also a writer, a journalist, a singer. Marie-Madeleine Peyronnet, who accompanied Alexandra during her last ten years, grants her final wish by following in Alexandra's footsteps to the Kingdom of Sikkim to attain her ultimate goal : to return a statuette of Buddha.