‘I AM’ is one of the biggest 'crowd sourced' films in India – co produced by over 400 people from 35 cities across the world.
'I Am' is already doing what it set out to do – enlighten, inform and heal. A tale of 4 stories woven together that takes audiences through issues and dilemmas that bruise the modern Indian society. The film unfolds many a tale of individuals struggling to find their identity, and uphold their dignity in a world
that is callous, cold and unsympathetic.
Film director Onir is one of finest directors amongst New Age directors. Onir who has made movies with themes of aids and homosexuality, has also made movie such as “My Brother Nikhil”, “Bas Ek Pal” and “Sorry Bhai”.
This time he has comes out with a different type of movie, which deals with themes such as child abuse and sex relationships.
His latest film starring Nandita Das, Juhi Chawla, Manisha Koirala, Sanjay Suri and Rahul Bose, also marks the acting debut of directors Anurag Kashyap and Anurag Basu.
As we all know Onir always mades 'different' types of movies. All his past movies have had a social issue embedded in it for intelligent viewers.
'I Am' is a fantastic movie and the movie keeps having impact on viewers. In the movie actors have done a good job in all the character assayed, have their own ideology, which they emoted beautifully.
Technically too, the movie is good, especially in terms of camera work.
Film direction is fantastic, and Onir did a great job in limited resources. He is a open-minded director, and should make more powerful movies.