Ship of Theseus

Ship of Theseus

This first feature film from Indian playwright Anand Gandhi, tells three stories about persons forced to think about the ethics and moral issues raised by medical advances: a visually impaired Egyptian photographer, who after a cornea transplant has trouble adjusting to her newfound sense of sight; a devout Indian monk fighting against animal testing, who has to confront his beliefs when he is diagnosed with liver cirrhosis; and an Indian stockbroker, who after having a kidney transplant learns about the illegal trade in stolen organs and decides to help a poor victim of such theft - even though it means travelling all the way from India to Sweden. The film was first shown at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, where it received great critical acclaim and was touted as "the hidden gem of the year". It was released in India in July 2013, and was awarded Best Feature Film of 2013 at the Indian National Film Awards in 2014.

Ship of Theseus follows questions of identity, justice, beauty, meaning and death through the story of an experimental photographer, an ailing monk and a young stockbroker. See the film to discover by yourself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Paul D (us) wrote: A similar set of circumstances as the first, but less interesting happenings.

Private U (ca) wrote: How shit r da sunday night movies on channel seven!

R H (ca) wrote: I'm someone who grew up in Darwin and all I can say is I'm pissed that they shut down the wharf for a month for such utter bullshit. This movie's portrayal of Australia has far more in common with Hollywood's cliche notions than it ever will with reality. The absolute worst thing wasn't even the acting, it was everyone's accents! I especially don't understand why they made the Aboriginal kid strain his accent so much! He would have sounded much more natural if he just talked normally. Leave the outback alone, Hollywood. I'd rather we get no movies than this glittery nonsense.

Matty C (gb) wrote: An unintentionally funny movie, that was supposed be a somewhat serious drama. The film lacks a cohesive plot or narrative and nobody in the movie shows any acting ability at all.

Stephen P (au) wrote: wow - a 'teen' film that is actually brilliant - a girl so desperate for contact she meets up with someone to be raped! and the top 10 of film lines ' They found her tutu!!!'LOL!!!!!!!!!

Brandon K (gb) wrote: I don't know the history of Geronimo, but this film was a great story. It saddens me that our government was that back-stabbing.

Wesley J (ru) wrote: Not as polished as your general viewer would prefer, but still lots of fun with genuine scares and plenty of gore. Plus you'll laugh as the familiar faces pop up in all their early nineties glory.

Stuart B (ru) wrote: A liberal couple living in Seattle have marriage problems while treating 5 dogs are if they were their children. Woo.

Byron B (br) wrote: nominated for best picture by NBR

Banana B (it) wrote: My favourite elvis movie!

Kal X A (ag) wrote: Underworld is one of those select few films which received a less than favourable reception at it's initial release, but has gone on to remain a favourite of the dark vampire genre for the past decade. Why, you might ask? Because in the intervening decade, there has been enough bullshit released on celluloid, dvd and blu-ray to prove the initial naysayers direly wrong about their initial thoughts on the movie.In comparison to the derivative and horridly one dimensional quote-unquote vampire films which have come out in the intervening period, Underworld still seems fresh and interesting after thirteen years of finalized existence; as a film it's held up well, and the story is still interesting and grim enough to be taken seriously by the serious horror / action enthusiasts. Vampires and Lycans are both presented as a serious races who live and exist purely in nights and shadows. There is no sparkling in the sun, there is no Vampire Slayers (although that was an interesting idea in the 90s and still holds up on it's own), and there is no overtly campy love story, instead Michael and Selene are both presented right away as adults in a very mature world. At the end of the day, it's a film about vampires done well, although I can't say the same about every sequel of the franchise

Brandon W (es) wrote: I like the Final Destination series, so I just thought that when I rewatch them again, I'll review them. So for Final Destination, it's a really good movie. The story of it is very original and can be very scary if it actually happens. This is probably the closest moment for me that actually thinks that death is causing all of this, instead of just natural occurrences by people's dumb mistakes in the later films. The deaths are creative, and the characters, while not much developed, are smarter than your usual horror characters, at least for the main character that is. The acting is serviceable, even though there were some who acted a bit off here. The effects are fine, and the premonition in the beginning is really good and intense. The humor can get a little lame at times, but the writing overall is really not bad. Final Destination is not high horror, but it's an entertaining one that doesn't go for the gore and is more about the story.

Andy S (au) wrote: This sequel jumps right in with no time to spare with the creature battling it out with a new set of troublesome humans sent to capture it. It puts up a strong fight but a few sticks of dynamite proves to strong for the Gil-Man. He's then whisked away to SeaWorld (This films equivalent) in Florida to become a sideshow attraction. I think this was the obvious and smart turn for this story to take. They could have easily just repeated themselves but instead took the creature in to completely new territory. Things were very interesting, seeing him interact with people (and a hot new babe).. but then the film comes to a screeching halt as it begins to focus on a romance between the fish scientists who are studying the creature. We see them dance, kiss, swim, kiss and kiss some more. ZZZZZzzzzz. Why did anyone think we wanted to see this romance?? I guess to make the creature later stealing her that much more horrible? Or was it simply movie padding? Either way there is half a good story here that then just turns in to lots of screaming and needless "guy at the wrong place and the wrong time" deaths. How the hell did the creature go directly to his lady scientist's hotel? Smell? Did it imprint on her? This Gil-Man loves him some human Scientist babes for sure. In all the sequel falls far short of the first film. An interesting set-up at the beginning sadly falls apart toward the end.. and then of course ends very abruptly (as it did in the 1st film). The Creature did look much more menacing while on land in this film as he always appeared wet and gasping for air. I still don't want to see this guy walk around my house late at night.