Following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy fights through grief and trauma to regain her faith, console her children, and define her husband's historic legacy.
A young man who survives a disaster at sea is hurtled into an epic journey of adventure and discovery. While cast away, he forms an unexpected connection with another survivor: a fearsome Bengal tiger.
In 1986, Saroo was a five-year-old child in India of a poor but happy rural family. On a trip with his brother, Saroo soon finds himself alone and trapped in a moving decommissioned passenger train that takes him to Calcutta, 1000 miles away from home. Now totally lost in an alien urban environment and too young to identify either himself or his home to the authorities, Saroo struggles to survive as a street child until he is sent to an orphanage. Soon, Saroo is selected to be adopted by the Brierley family in Tasmania, where he grows up in a loving, prosperous home. However, for all his material good fortune, Saroo finds himself plagued by his memories of his lost family in his adulthood and tries to search for them even as his guilt drives him to hide this quest from his adoptive parents and his girlfriend. Only when he has an epiphany does he realize not only the answers he needs, but also the steadfast love that he has always had with all his loved ones in both worlds.Written by
Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Impressed by director Garth Davis' stunning work on the 'Top of the Lake' television series, producers Emile Sherman and Iain Canning didn't hesitate to offer him the opportunity to direct this movie. Sherman said: "We followed our instincts. We felt Garth, although he hadn't yet made a feature film, was exactly the right director for the film. He's incredibly cinematic and can create real visual scope. At the same time he's just brilliant with actors. He creates such intimacy in his work and we wanted to make sure this felt raw and real." See more »
The bus that zooms past Saroo in Calcutta while he is running away from his captors as well as buses shown in a later shot were not there in Calcutta in 1986. These models were introduced in the 2000s. See more »
[leaving phone message]
Hi, mum. I know you will be sound asleep. I just want to say that I'm safe. Safe and all the questions have been answered. There are no more deadends. I found my mother, and... she thanks you both for raising me. She understands that you are my family. She's... happy, just knowing I'm alive. I found her, but that doesn't change who you are. I love you mom... so much. And you, Dad. And Mantosh. Saroo!
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After the final credits, there's an earlier shot with the boys on the train tunnel and the credits "In loving memory of Guddu". See more »
Written by Dustin O'Halloran and Adam Wiltzie
Published by Embassy Music Corporation by kind permission of the Music Sales Group
Performed by The Winged Victory for the Sullen
Licensed courtesy of Kranky, Ltd and Erased Tapes Records See more »
It's the story of my life. I was born in Bangalore in 1983 and I was adopted by an Italian family when I was almost two years old. My father told me that the nuns found me on the street, and they took me to an orphanage in Solur. My father made a very difficult journey to come and get me and we stayed a month in India before returning to Italy. unfortunately I do not remember anything of that world and for me it will be very difficult to understand where I was born but one day I will come back. I have to go back
This film change my life..
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