It’s the late 1990s in a remote Tibetan forest, and a storm is coming. A ranger with a severe hangover is visited by three strangers in his wooden cabin. One of the three visitors is a poacher     and not someone to be trusted. Paranoia sets in and escalates… till a fourth visitor appears.  

A unique, visually stunning debut by director Jigme Trinley, son of leading Tibetan auteur Pema Tseden, whose Jinpa premiered at NYAFF 2019, One and Four is a wintry western that stares unblinkingly at the likes of Cui Siwei’s recent snow-capped masterpiece Savage, and The Hateful Eight, for the intensity of its plot, poised between the ecological fable and the metaphysical thriller.

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