pour out primitive emotions to become more competitive.
'The Company' is a wonderful movie with just two main characters in a running length of 21 minutes fiction. Two executives travel in a car to attend internship to sharpen their competitive edge. the inter-cut bits from their interviews give the audience a glimpse into the two characters. the driver drops them abruptly along a forest path at a roadblock and asks them to find their own way. After a brief but hard journey, a counselor joins the duo and makes them wear animal skin. they have to laugh, cry and behave like primates. While one executive tries his best to follow the guidance of the counselor, the other one gets irritated and towards the end beats up and chases the other two, only to apologize later. The counselor exits with the final tip to the two to reach the hotel on their part. the emotionally evacuated executives disappear into the horizon along the path.
a beautiful story, told sensibly with the right technique. Camera and costumes perfectly match the mood of the film. the film sets off a philosophical thinking process in the minds of the viewers.
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