The film follows a backpack on a journey around the world, intersecting the lives of dozens of fascinating characters along the way. Written and directed by 25 different directors on 5 ...
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As heavy rains lash Mumbai, a cop on his first assignment faces a life altering decision when he must decide to shoot or not. Each decision pits him against a system which demands a compromise of his morals and every choice has a price.
Set in the turbulence of the 1930s British India, a 14 year old boy, Jhunku, and his journey to find where he belongs. For the first time in Indian history, the British army is defeated by ... See full summary »
When a mysterious train accident forces a man to change his plans, he is confronted with a series of choices. Each decision he makes leads to a different scenario, each one filmed by a different director with a different cast.
This a journey of a detective,his life and how things are to him. His life is about following people, finding though he is still in search for himself, how he connects to the people he meets and gets intertwined in their lives.
The film follows a backpack on a journey around the world, intersecting the lives of dozens of fascinating characters along the way. Written and directed by 25 different directors on 5 continents in an unprecedented online collaboration, the film brings together a variety of cultures, languages and film styles into a singular narrative plot. As the story progresses, we learn details about the mysterious man to whom the bag belongs. Written by
What an amazing achievement! The entire project from conception through production and final product is just mind boggling! I found "The Owner" to be a refreshing and insightful film. Clarity, continuity and creativity on the part of every director involved is just stellar.The use of technology in coordinating production and writing the script adds a new layer to film making. The post production work brought a sense of seamless flow to the story. I realize my entire review is a stream of hyperbole, but this film was so different, I don't want to ruin it for anyone by going into too much detail regarding the plot twists. Just go see it. I highly recommend "The Owner".
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