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Lion- Haunting Pursuit Of Mother In India

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Each one of us has many dimensions. The powerful dimension is your attachment to your mother. Not only she has brought you in this world but she has nurtured you. The other significant dimension is identity. After all is said and done, each one of us crave for identity. One of the resonating dialogues in the movie that captivated this dimension was, “I am adopted, I am not really Indian.”

Lion connects to all people who are adopted, regardless of your nation of birth. There is an eternal burning ember to know who you are, where you came from, but you become the person of where you are brought up. Therein lies the double-edge sword of identity.

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This dimension of mother’s impact is captivated in Luke Davies’ screenplay- Lion– adapted from Brierley's memoir A Long Way Home. The memoir is a moving, poignant, and inspirational true story of survival and triumph against incredible odds. It celebrates the importance of never letting go of what drives the human spirit: hope.

Lion is miraculous and triumphant story of Saroo Brierley (Dev Patel), a young man who used Google Earth to rediscover his childhood life and home in an incredible journey from India to Australia and back again. Lion brings the innocent gaze of a missing child to its most harrowing encounters leading to the hard-won maturity of a young man. But despite being grateful how the life has turned out to him, Lion focuses on his struggles to know himself.

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Lion begins with introduction of five-year-old Saroo (Sunny Pawar) whose mother (Priyanka Bose) works as a laborer. Young actor Sunny Power, as Saroo, will captivate you in his role as a happy kid eager to prove his maturity by doing anything his brother can do. But fate is such that Saroo and his brother get separated and panicked Saroo climbs aboard a decommissioned train, falls asleep and wakes up to find it moving, taking him 1,600 kilometers away to Calcutta.

Lion in showing Saroo’s survival in Calcutta captures the extreme vulnerability of children and the cunning of those who prey on them by presenting themselves as rescuers. The script also is effective in suggesting how the boy was so confused and worn down by the selective information being fed him that he gave up on ever finding his mother.

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Amazingly, the movie effectively captures tender scenes when he arrives at the home of his adoptive parents Sue and John Brierley (Nicole Kidman, David Wenham). As he grows up, Saroo was a great source of pride and happiness to his adoptive parents. The striking features of Lion are beautiful moments when Kidman’s emotional transparency comes through as they have powerful impact.

Lion is powerful emotionally intensive drama that wrestles with conflicting loyalties. The mother, who raised him, is saddened by Saroo’s sudden withdrawal. Saroo’s girlfriend, though very supportive, feels ignored as Saroo shuts her out. Saroo has been totally immersed in memories of his mother and brother. Lion is captivating as sentimental drama that engages in characters’ reconnecting with their past.

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What makes Lion movie so unique is that it shows simplicity in life despite surrounded by the simultaneous complexity. It highlights that a single, minute accident can completely change your life forever. Onscreen text at the end of the movie reveals that 80,000 children go missing in India every year, and the knowledge that Saroo's experiences make him one of the luckier ones gives the conclusion enormous resonance.

 

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Amazing Google Search Features

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Most of us have got used to asking Google pretty much anything and expecting it to point us to some kind of satisfactory answer. Now Google has become the place most of us go for knowledge, possibly even, desperately, for wisdom.

Of course, Google is now a noun, a verb and a massive global company loved as much for its innovation as it is hated for its user tracking. It has many tricks and products that you don’t need to spend money on, some of which will make your life easier, and others that will just blow your mind.

Google is used by millions of people to navigate the web every day. Are you really using Google to make your life easier?  Few of the search engine’s hidden venues are listed below.  Beware of searches, as you may be subject of Google tracking your searches.

Google Calculator
Google's calculator function is far more powerful.  The calculator does basic math (5+6 or 3*2). It can also do logarithmic calculations, and it knows constants (like e and pi), as well as functions like Cos and Sin. Google can also translate numbers into binary code – try typing '12*3 in binary'.  If you are bad in math, now you have no excuse.

Google Public Data Explorer
Google has more specialized search sites. If you are looking for information on public statistics, check out the Google Public Data Explorer.  Keep your searches simple, like “Unemployment in the U.S.” Google will return results from sources like the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. You'll end up with an easy-to-read graph, and you can even tweak it with options like gender, age and state.

Google Flight Search
Most people look for popular website to find best price for airfare.  Surprisingly, Google Flight Search is easiest price-comparison sites around.  All you need to do is pick your starting point and destination on the map and then you need to pick your dates.  The site provides prices on each date.  Then you can filter the results by flight length, airline, price, stops and more. When you find a flight you like, you can book it directly on the airline's site.

Exclude search terms
Google is really good at searching the Internet to find the information you're looking for, but sometimes you get popular results that just aren't right.  Simply adjust your search using the minus (-) symbol.  Just put the sign before any words you do not want to show up.

Atari Breakout
Do you need a break from your work?  Google is there to provide you the needed relief.  You can play Atari breakout game by simply going to Google image search page and search for the game.  You are ready to play.

Google nutrition comparison
You want to know quickly which food is healthier for you then you need not go to various sites.  Just type “compare” into Google’s search bar along with the foods you are considering.  For example, “compare orange and banana”.  That is it.

Google Sky
You are aware of Google Earth.  But Google Sky is fascinating. It lets you search the heavens and see images of stars, planets and galaxies taken from telescopes, probes and satellites.  It includes It includes infrared and microwave images. If you don't know where to start, the site has some suggestions that you'll love.

Google Conversions
As interaction with different parts of the world is getting easier, you will probably need to convert units of measurement. On the Google search page, enter a search like “convert eight ounces to cups” or “convert 10km to mi.” You'll have your answer instantly.

Google definitions
If you do not know what a word means, you do not need a dictionary.  Google is your source.  Just type “define (word)” into the Google search bar.  You will have the definition instantly.

Google nGrams
Google nGrams is a great research tool that lets you search how many times specific words occur in more than 5 million books written since 1800. You can put in multiple words separated by commas to compare two or more words at once.

Google translations
Google can be your special guide when you are traveling in a foreign country.  If you need a quick translation of a word, all you have to do is to type “translate (word) to (language)’ in the Google search bar.  In a second you will know the word in the foreign language you want.  Furthermore, It also includes a small speaker icon that will let you hear the word if you aren't sure how to pronounce it.

Search for local film showings
Search for film showings in your area by typing ‘films' or ‘movies' followed by your zip code. The results are displayed instantly.

Package tracking
If you have a package tracking number from the USPS, UPS or FedEx, simply plug it into Google Search and it will provide a convenient link for you.

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