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Golfer Tony Pinasa battles his temper. His caddie Kat grieves for her husband. Before the end of day one at the Masters, they’re at odds, and accusations of cheating swirl around them.
Halfway round the world, tiny Nepal is united by the spectacle of one of its own competing on the world stage. School children in Kathmandu conclude Tony did not cheat, while elsewhere in the city new information is unearthed on the 2001 massacre of Nepal’s royal family, a massacre that took the life of Tony’s Sherpa father. Hardly anyone watches the border, where China plans to rob Nepal of much-needed hydroelectricity. All eyes are on far-off Augusta, Georgia, where Tony and Kat join in battle against the world’s finest golfers.
Ang Tak is a story about character: how it is nurtured, encouraged and strengthened, what it enables an individual or a nation to do in the face of adversity.