Special screening of ‘The Last Dalai Lama?’ in San RafaelThe film opens at both the Smith Rafael Film Center in San Rafael and the Roxie Theater in San Francisco, but the Thursday screening in San Rafael is a party.Revisiting his subject after 25 years provides a depth other documentaries are missing.For a review of the film, see Peter Hartlaub’s take in Datebook on Friday, July 7.
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