Ship of Theseus Movie Review
Ship of Theseus (Hindi)
Release Date:July 19, 2013
If the parts of a ship are replaced,bit-by-bit, is it still the same ship?
An unusual photographer grapples with the loss of her intuitive brilliance as an aftermath of a clinical procedure; an erudite monk confronting an ethical dilemma with a long held ideology, hasto choose between principle and death; and a young stockbroker, following the trail of a stolen kidney, learns how intricate morality could be. Following the separate strands of their philosophical journeys, and their eventual convergence, Ship of Theseus explores questions of identity, justice, beauty, meaning and death.
Give it a chance and prepare to be dazzledRead more
Ship of Theseus is a sign of evolution in filmmaking, a work of art. I cannot award such artistry with mere starsRead more
By far the most original, the most poignantly realised, the most thought-provoking film that I have seen in longer than I care to rememberRead more
Cinema is a powerful vehicle for philosophical ideas in Anand Gandhi’s visually sublime Ship of TheseusRead more
Like the ship itself, the film breaks you down from within, part by part as you leave the theatre with images and sounds reverberating in your head making you uneasyRead more
In Ship of Theseus, Gandhi gives us one of the most satisfying closures to a film. If some sections of the audience start to tear up towards the end that will be okay. Those would be tears of joy and of discovering a very special filmRead more
Ship Of Theseus is definitely a stimulating affair but not without its flawsRead more
Gandhi's ruminative subject, catering to art-house cinema lovers is deeply layered and beautifully intricate.The story-telling is not without flaws. The pace is exhaustingly slow and scenes monotonously longRead more