A little homage to the country whose capital I’ve visited more than any other country’s capital. Magical Mongolia! With colder and darker nights a la Ulaanbaatar starting to settle in, the beautiful Mongolian documentary, “The Story of the Weeping Camel”, will warm the cockle’s of anyone’s heart. Set in the country’s vast Gobi Desert, it stars a real family of Mongolian nomadic herders. A snow-white camel colt is born to the mother who abandons it, refusing to nurse it. When the nomads assemble a ritualized musical ceremony that will, they hope, reunite mother camel with her baby, the powerful sense of community, becomes a force in the film. And it is this ritual that gives the film its title; if the reunion is successful, it is said, the mother camel will weep. It’s a simple and radiant piece of cinematography.