Director Ang Lee has somehow managed to make a truly mesmerising film of Yann Martel's Booker Prize-winning novel Life of Pi
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Life Of Pi (PG)
Reviewed by Demetrios Matheou
Ang Lee has an enviable track record with adaptations – Sense And Sensibility, The Ice Storm and Brokeback Mountain are all exceptional films. And the director continues that form with Life Of Pi. It may not meet the challenge set by its narrator – of telling a story that will make one believe in God – but it is an absorbing, often wondrous experience.
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