'Life of Pi' is a brilliant achievement, and it's not simplistic storytelling which mends itself in the most exciting, boundless ways. It's that, but in the form of visual-storytelling. The events of a 'Pi Patel's in real life might be closely disturbing, but the film takes a flight of fancy. The way the animals cooperate with humans can only be the incredible imagination of the fantastical 'Rhythm and Hues', also responsible for the great cinematography of the film. The past and future in between the story has been captured in authentic grimness. The grip has also been exerted by the excellent casting choice of Kaufman, who selects the right actors: Adil Hussain has not been given much to do, but Tabu brings heft and affection in a short, crisp role as the mother. Ultimately, the performance of Suraj Sharma might, in fact, come as a loose one, but ultimately even he is provided cover by a strong Irfan Khan who surprises in even familiar notes. Watch 'Life of Pi' for a visually brilliant joyride at cinema screens. Regret would be far.
amazing ,very scary ,cant image to stay der
Artistic effort. The film exposes the idea of belief about the existence of god. Good story. Good acting performences.