"Life Of Pi" a great lesson of faith
Oscar-nominated film "Life of Pi" - based on the book "Pi Life" (Ed Rocco.), Yann Martel - seems more than just a survival story. The story brings in his 127 minutes in length, a target of symbolisms of runoff, meaning of life, faith and the ability to deal with our own traumas positively. No wonder that the already mature Pi, at the beginning of the story, set your journey on the high seas as a "story to believe in God," instead of a black stain on his past.
This, incidentally, shows some of the essential differences between Western and Eastern culture. The Indian teenager, instead of trying to forget what happened - however dramatic that experience has been - seeks to give greater meaning to his past. This probably makes him not only a stronger person, but also quiet, as show their sweet smiles and the mood light with which tells a story so hard.
Besides the beautiful performances, it can be said that much of the film asset is in good taste director Ang Lee, who involves in the Indian climate, with their music, landscapes, gods and philosophies. It shows with lyricism as a young Indian can survive for months in the Pacific Ocean without losing faith, especially in the company of a lovely and also scary tiger, called "affectionately" Richard Parker.
PI AND HIS STRENGTH MESSAGE