The Cup, the debut feature film by Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche (a.k.a. Khyentse Norbu), was released on 13 November 2007 on DVD in North America by Festival Media. The story of young monks in a Tibetan monastery in exile obsessed with World Cup soccer is both an audience-pleasing comedy and an insider's look at the challenges for Buddhist traditions in the face of modernizing changes.This breakthrough film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and had a successful theatrical run in over twenty countries. Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun Times called it a "wonderful and delightful comedy," and Jeffrey Wachs of Reel.com said it's "the best glimpse of...Tibetan Buddhist culture yet to make it to the screen."
os miudos em vez de lerem livros, preferem ver filmes, ir à net, mp3,jogos de computador (ainda não há jogos budistas?)e assim passam o tempo - no futur para os prof.,quem sabe?!