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'Life of Pi' review - New York Film Festival 2012

Published on : October 01, 2012
\'Life of Pi\' review - New York Film Festival 2012

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Ang Lee attempts perhaps his most ambitious directorial feat to date with Life of Pi, a movie based on the bestselling and zealously adored 2001 novel by author Yann Martel. Even those who haven't read the book are probably vaguely aware of the story: a teenage boy from India named Pi (Suraj Sharma) loses his entire family in a shipwreck and somehow finds the will to survive nearly a year floating on the Pacific Ocean - with only a hungry Bengal tiger from his father's zoo to keep him company. 


Employing beautifully rendered 3D technology, motion capture and CGI, every frame of the film is both an artistic and technical flourish. To say that the movie is visually arresting would be something of an understatement. The movie, in fact, is beyond visually arresting, sometimes even overwhelming with its saturated colours, its glittering and expansive vistas, its unabashed awe at the beauty of any and everything. click here

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