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Tony Gandía 15 days ago
Interesting story, well assembled, well acted
Michael Cole 1 month ago
Drags in the second half, but at least it's a good commercial for Google Earth
Aaron Jones 1 month ago
Kind of a let down after a great first half. The finale is emotional.
Eilidh Beaton 4 months ago
V. good portrayals of love, pain, grief, homesickness & nostalgia.
Christopher McLean 5 months ago
Absolutly fantastic, moving flim. Near perfect from start to finish.
Mary Elise Murphy 8 months ago
Captivating film. Sunny Pawar is absolutely wonderful as the young Saroo.
Emily Brown 12 months ago
Loved everything: story, pace, score, casting & performances, visuals. So touching.
Alexandra Sundarsingh 1 year ago
Haunting and heartwrenching and lovely.
Cveti Kalcheva 1 year ago
Haven't cried like that since Dumbledore died.
Kirsty 1 year ago
I loved this film so much. Heartbreaking but wonderful - both Pawar & Patel are incredible
Natasha Marchev over 1 year ago
review: http://bohemianrhapsodyclub.weebly.com/la-premiere.html
Sam Priebe 4 months ago
john 5 months ago
bookish person 6 months ago
Haydn Line 6 months ago
Miranda Wright 6 months ago
A five-year-old Indian boy gets lost on the streets of Calcutta, thousands of kilometers from home. He survives many challenges before being adopted by a couple in Australia; 25 years later, he sets out to find his lost family.
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