Dutch eight-year-old boy Koos discovers he was adopted after birth in Peru. While searching for his roots, Koos meets Peruvian Indians at the cinema. The enterprising rascal now devotes ... See full summary »
Matthias den Besten,
"The Indian" is a touching drama about a negligent father who must face the son he abandoned years earlier, and the emotional wreckage he caused, in order to obtain a life-saving transplant. The father hires a beautiful young mechanic to help restore an old Indian motorbike and uses her and the restoration process to manipulate his troubled teenage son's emotions. Complications arise when the father has difficulty maintaining the lie to both his son and himself. Written by
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When I sat down in the theater at the Newport Beach Film Festival to watch "The Indian", I really didn't quite know what to expect. After a few minutes into the movie, though, it became quite evident that this movie was indeed special. It was quite refreshing to experience the unfolding of a story that addresses issues and sends a message that, I believe, many people can relate to in their own lives. The manner in which the film was shot made the characters and their lives quite believable and "Real". I must say that I truly enjoyed the film and I would love to see it again if the opportunity arises.
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