Vita di Pi’ (film di Ang Lee del 2012)

Diretto da Ang Lee, regista originario di Taiwan molto apprezzato ad Hollywood, VITA DI PI’ è un film che appassiona.

Prodotto nel 2012, ha per protagonista un ragazzo chiamato Pi’, ma il cui nome per esteso è Piscine, datogli dal padre che voleva omaggiare la Piscine Molitor, da lui considerata la migliore piscina pubblica in cui avesse mai nuotato. Pi’ sin dall’infanzia vive con l’intera famiglia nel Pondicherry, territorio dell’India appartenente alla Francia, e si interroga sul valore delle religioni. La pellicola inizia con Pi’ adulto che racconta la sua vita ad uno scrittore, che vorrebbe trarne un best seller, e verranno a galla storie avventurose ai limiti dell’incredibile, come ad esempio il viaggio in nave con la famiglia, desiderosa di andare in Canada per cambiare vita, che però viene colpita da una tempesta. Sopravvivono soltanto il giovane protagonista e una tigre feroce, che si chiama Richard Parker dal nome del cacciatore che l’aveva catturata. Dopo il naufragio in cui Pi’ rischia di essere mangiato dalla tigre, col tempo farà amicizia con essa e, dopo esser sbarcati su un’isola abitata da suricati, avranno un destino opposto poiché Richard morirà per la disperazione di Pi’, che verrà salvato. Il ragazzo racconta la sua incredibile storia ma non viene creduto, per cui deve cambiarla, ma lo scrittore trova più verosimile il racconto apparentemente assurdo.

Vincitore di 4 Oscar, tra cui miglior regia, vede Suraj Sharma e Irrfan Khan alternarsi nel ruolo di Pi‘, nonché una breve apparizione di Gerard Depardieu. Intenso ed affascinante, anche commovente, VITA DI PI’ regala emozioni ed effetti visivi davvero strabilianti.

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