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Life of Pie


Pop culture reference: Life of Pi is a Canadian fantasy adventure novel by Yann Martel published in 2001. The protagonist, Piscine Molitor ″Pi″ Patel, an Indian boy from Pondicherry, explores issues of spirituality and practicality from an early age. 36 more words

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Poster of the Week - Lust, Caution (2007)

Lust, Caution (2007)

Ang Lee’s exemplary drama of political and sexual intrigue is what many critics would describe as “awards worthy”. And so it has proven, particularly at the 2007 Venice Film Festival where it won Best Film (as you can see on the poster). 312 more words


Life of Pi review

Life of Pi, Directed by Ang Lee, released in 2012 tells the incredible story of a boy who finds himself lost at sea in a lifeboat with a Bengal Tiger. 223 more words

85th Academy Awards

"Inside the River" Query Letter

Thank you readers (and Ang Lee, even though he doesn’t know it yet) from 45 different countries for sharing this journey with me.

My novel, “Inside the River,” bridges Magical Realism with Contemporary Women’s Fiction, and totals 94,000 words. 287 more words

Inside The River

Ang Lee: The synopsis is almost done!

Has anyone felt the lightness of accomplishment only to be weighed down by that one last thing to do?

It took me twenty years of “I wish I could write this book” to get to the messy and beautiful task of actually doing it.  276 more words

Inside The River

Brokeback Mountain (2005), Ang Lee

Neither a cowboy picture nor an engaged gay movie, Ang Lee’s 2005 Brokeback Mountain, with its honest depiction of a poignant love story between two lonely men, is primarily a tragedy of denied happiness, but ultimately a subtle study of repression and quiet desperation. 878 more words

All is Lost - Too Long for Netflix - The editors ordeal

This blog isn’t supposed to be yet another movie review blog, we go to other blogs ourselves for that kind of thing, but sometimes we feel so stymied by the length restrictions imposed by some of the new social media websites, in this case Netfix and their 2000 character limit, that we feel compelled to publish here what we wish we were able to say over there in the first place.  2,481 more words

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