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Produced by Michael Garland. Executive producers, David Forrest, Beau Rogers. Co-executive producer, Rod Stoneman. Co-producer, Simon Channing-Williams.
Ayn Rand Helen Mirren
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Narrator: Werner Herzog.
(Tibetan and Hindi dialogue)