Vadim Rizov Reviews Life of Pi

Ang Lee’s adaptation of Yann Martel’s mega-selling novel Life Of Pi is technically adept, mildly engaging and thematically pedantic. In the early 1970s, young Piscine “Pi” Patel (Suraj Sharma) and his family leave Indira Gandhi’s India for a fresh start in Canada. Pi’s father is a zookeeper, so they’re sharing their cargo ship with his former animals, which they plan to sell as capital. But after a tremendous storm sinks their cargo ship, Pi finds himself alone on the water and forced to learn how to survive alongside testy tiger Richard Parker.

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