Life of Pi – Yaan Martel

The holidays are a great time for catching up with movies – especially if you have enjoyed reading the book on which the mocie is based. The Life of Pi was an amazing story which has been beautifully filmed and remains true to the essence of the novel. This is not a film for children, however it has been promoted, and you will need to be able to suspend disbelief and go along with the storyline. The cinematography is, at times, quite breathtaking!

For those of you who may be confused about the ending, or the choice of endings, check out this website [a spoiler if you haven’t read the book – so be careful!] http://screenrant.com/life-of-pi-movie-ending-spoilers/2/

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