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  • Rate: 7.7/10 total 1,498 votes
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  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 25 November 2016 (USA)
  • Runtime: 118 min
  • Filming Location: Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
  • Gross: $275,702 (USA) (2 December 2016)
  • Director: Garth Davis
  • Stars: Dev Patel, Nicole Kidman, Rooney Mara |See full cast & crew »
  • Original Music By: Volker Bertelmann (music by) Dustin O’Halloran (music by)
  • Soundtrack: Never Give Up

Lion (2016) Writing Credits By:

  • Saroo Brierley (adapted from the book “A Long Way Home” by)
  • Luke Davies (screenplay by)

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  • Dev Patel had to develop a new physique to portray Saroo and attended several hours in the gym in order inhabit his part. Lion 2016 He also grew a beard and developed an Australian accent (with Tasmanian dialect), visited Saroo Brierley’s orphanage in India and wrote a diary while he took the original train ride that Brierley accident took as a young child. Lion 2016 In total, he spent eight months preparing for the role. Lion 2016 50 of 50 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Partly filmed in Hobart, Tasmania, a rare location for film sets. Lion 2016 With a crew of over 300 people and international funding, this film marks the biggest film production to take place on the Australian island. Lion 2016 It’s set to be released the same year as The Light Between Oceans (2016), partly filmed in Tasmania as well. Lion 2016 30 of 30 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • The film was developed by Australian producers Andrew Fraser and Shahen Mekertichian. Lion 2016 They stubbornly refused to change the Australian setting of the film to America and hereby received several rejections from American film production companies. Lion 2016 By the time of release, the two producers will have spend four years on the film. Lion 2016 27 of 27 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Sunny Pawar’s film debut. Lion 2016 He didn’t speak English when filming began and bonded with Nicole Kidman, his on-screen mother, by playing cricket with her – scenes which eventually made it into the film. Lion 2016 35 of 36 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Rooney Mara originally aimed to take a short break, when Garth Davis offered her the script and made her change her mind: “I read it and it was small part but I thought the script was just so powerful, moving and beautiful that I was like ‘This is really supposed to be my time off but I want to talk to this guy.’ And within talking to him for two minutes, I knew I was going to work with him.” 23 of 23 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • The Weinstein Company picked up the distribution rights to Dev Patel’s next feature Hotel Mumbai (2017), because producer Harvey Weinstein appreciated working with Patel on this film. Lion 2016 21 of 21 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Dev Patel considers this script to be the best he’s ever read. Lion 2016 31 of 32 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Saroo Brierley’s story has also been the subject of a “60 Minutes Special” and a Google Ad, promoting the Google Earth feature. Lion 2016 18 of 18 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • 4000 boys were auditioned to play the young Saroo Brierly, according to line producer Pravesh Sahni. Lion 2016 18 of 18 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • In May 2014, The Weinstein Company sealed a $12 million deal for worldwide distribution of the film, before any cast was attached to the project. Lion 2016 17 of 17 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |

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Lion (2016) Plot: A five-year-old Indian boy gets lost on the streets of Calcutta, thousands of kilometers from home. Lion 2016 He survives many challenges before being adopted by a couple in Australia; 25 years later, he sets out to find his lost family. Lion 2016 »

Lion (2016) Story: A five-year-old Indian boy gets lost on the streets of Calcutta, thousands of kilometers from home. Lion 2016 He survives many challenges before being adopted by a couple in Australia; 25 years later, he sets out to find his lost family.

Produced By: Watch Lion (2016) Free Movie Watch Online

  • Iain Canning known as producer (produced by)
  • Angie Fielder known as producer (produced by)
  • Andrew Fraser known as executive producer
  • David Glasser known as executive producer (as David C. Lion 2016 Glasser)
  • Daniel Levin known as executive producer
  • Shahen Mekertichian known as executive producer
  • Simone Nicholson known as associate producer
  • Tabrez Noorani known as consulting producer: India
  • Pravesh Sahni known as line producer
  • Libby Sharpe known as line producer
  • Emile Sherman known as producer (produced by)
  • Karen Sproul known as associate producer
  • Bob Weinstein known as executive producer
  • Harvey Weinstein known as executive producer

Watch Lion (2016) Free Movie Online FullCast & Crew:
 

  • Sunny Pawar known as Young Saroo
  • Abhishek Bharate known as Guddu
  • Priyanka Bose known as Kamla
  • Khushi Solanki known as Young Shekila
  • Shankar Nisode known as Shankar
  • Tannishtha Chatterjee known as Noor
  • Nawazuddin Siddiqui known as Rawa
  • Riddhi Sen known as Café Man
  • Koushik Sen known as Police Official
  • Rita Boy known as Amita
  • Udayshankar Pal known as Liluah Teacher (as Uday Shankar Paul)
  • Surojit Das known as Shonedeep / Haunted Boy
  • Deepti Naval known as Mrs. Lion 2016 Sood
  • Menik Gooneratne known as Swarmina
  • David Wenham known as John Brierley
  • Nicole Kidman known as Sue Brierley
  • Keshav Jadhav known as Young Mantosh
  • Dev Patel known as Saroo Brierley
  • Benjamin Rigby known as Waiter
  • Divian Ladwa known as Mantosh Brierley
  • Todd Sampson known as Provost
  • Rooney Mara known as Lucy
  • Daniela Farinacci known as Tutor
  • Pallavi Sharda known as Prama
  • Sachin Joab known as Bharat
  • Arka Das known as Sami
  • Emilie Cocquerel known as Annika
  • Vinod Chauhan known as Merchant
  • Babli Pandey known as Woman With Baby
  • Madhukar Narlwade known as English Speaking Man
  • Rohini Kargaiya known as Shekila
  • Tegan Crowley known as Workmate #1 (uncredited)
  • Eamon Farren known as Luke (uncredited)
  • Aditya Roy Kapoor known as Vijay Vora (uncredited)
  • Belinda Misevski known as Lucy’s Friend (uncredited)
  • Lucy Moir known as Lucy’s Friend (uncredited)
  • Anna Samson known as Cute Bar Maid (uncredited)
  • Alexandra Schepisi known as Qantas Attendant (uncredited)

 

Lion (2016) Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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  1. jvcksonsmth says:

    May I start this off by saying that I’m astonished at the extremelyunfair negative, even ‘mixed’ reviews the film has gotten so far… Thefilm is not even remotely close to being average, it’s far, far, beyondmagnificent.

    By now you probably know the synopsis, so I’ll add for those whohaven’t seen the film that it’s visually stunning, the acting is superb(special mention to phenomenal newcomer Sunny Pawar, who plays 5 yearold Saroo) and the story is so gripping and moving, that there wasn’t adry eye in the house when the film reached it’s emotional climax.

    I’ve been thinking about this film since I saw it, there’s drama,mystery, romance, a whirlwind of emotions throughout the 2 hours – inthe best way possible.

  2. Ian Young from San Diego says:

    This is such a beautiful film, with a simple story line, without anyfrills.

    A young Indian boy leaves their village with his older brother to dosome “jobs”, in one of these jobs he gets lost and cannot find his wayback home. Pass some years and he’s adopted by a family from Australia,and when that boy becomes an adult, he starts wondering where he’sactually from.

    It deals with aspects of origin and identity, and that we cannot escapefrom who we really are.

    Superb, superb acting from everyone, from the little Indian boys,specially Sunny Pawar that plays the young Sarro, to Dev Patel who hasclearly matured into a top class act and is endearing and touchingplaying the older Saroo.

    I’m certainly watching it again.

  3. FelixFelicis from Toronto, Canada says:

    Just saw this at TIFF . I saw the trailer a few days before thescreening and I have to admit the trailer alone made me a littleemotional. I mean just the thought of a 5 year old separated from hisfamily for 25 years is bad enough, add in the fact that he was lost inIndia, a country of over a billion people and was the child of anuneducated poor single mother and you are looking at a very stressfulsituation.

    This happens there everyday..and most children never find their wayback. They either end up dead or in the hands of heartless people whouse children for various illegal / unethical operations. The fact thatone boy survived this situation and went on to tell his story is veryinspiring and this fantastic film did justice to showing it on screen.

    There wasn’t a single scene in the movie which doesn’t suck you in.Hats off to Dev Patel. He managed to make you feel the character’s painjust by the way he looked at a jalebi (indian sweet that his brotherand him fantasized about back in India). Special shoutout to the youngactor who played little Saroo. His performance blew me away. It wouldbe difficult to watch any child go through what he did and the factthat he was absolutely adorable looking made it even harder.

    The movie explores some great themes: What happens to lost children indeveloping countries? How do poor, illiterate citizens of a country goabout finding their lost children…who helps them? What are thedangers faced by these lost children? Why do certain people choose toadopt? How do adopted children adapt to their surroundings? Especiallywhen they’re transplanted so many miles away from home where they donot even speak the language. Do children every fully recover fromtraumatic childhood experiences? Does one forget their original familyif they never see them again after the age of 5? As an adopted child doyou ever completely feel like you fit into your new life? What is thebond with your adoptive parents like? The film touches upon all thesethemes while primarily being about the physical and emotional journeyof a young man finding his way back home with very few clues to workwith.

    I kid you not, I could hear the whole theatre crying during severalparts of the movie and most people had tissues in their hands. So beprepared. If you’re in the mood for a heart wrenching drama with anuplifting ending, go watch this one once its out! The lead cast as wellas supporting members have all done a wonderful job. You will not bedisappointed!

  4. moviewizguy from United States says:

    Do you know the feeling you get when you go into a film with noexpectations at all or thinking it might be decent, and the film turnsout to not only be good, but blows you away by how amazing it ends upbeing? That’s LION, and if you’ve been watching films for several yearslike me thinking you’ve seen everything committed to cinema, it’s afantastic feeling to be proved wrong.

    Let me explain to you exactly what I experienced while watching LION:Almost half of the film is in Hindi, which lends incredibleauthenticity to the story, not that BS where they have actors in whichEnglish is their second language speak English for the sake of sparingthe American audience from reading subtitles (I’m looking at you,MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA, and every other Hollywood movie ever made). Infact, the entire first act takes place in India, where about 40 minutesof the film rides on the shoulders of a first time child actor – playedby the wonderful Sunny Pawar – and it’s one of the best first acts I’veseen in years. Think of it like the silent first act of Wall-E; itfeels like it can be its own film, yet the filmmakers do a great jobconnecting the story once Dev Patel comes on screen.

    On top of that, the filmmaking is impressive. The script is fantastic,the cinematography is lush, the soundtrack complements the film reallynicely, and the pacing is on point where it rarely feels like it’sdragging, despite the story taking place over the course of 25 years.Every actor in here is also terrific in their roles. As stated earlier,Sunny Pawar makes a compelling lead for the first third of the film. IfOscars were given to kid actors, he would have a damn good chance atwinning one. For the last two thirds, Dev Patel more than carries therest of the film, giving an emotionally naked performance worthy enoughto top his role in SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE. Finally, Rooney Mara, NicoleKidman, and David Wenham are ace, despite all of them having limitedscreen time.

    In a time where diversity is being talked about more in the filmindustry, LION makes a compelling case for having diversity instorytelling. It’s not about a guy meeting his girlfriend’s parents forthe first time. It’s not about a group of friends going in a cabin inthe woods. It’s not even about a guy/girl struggling with the death ofhis/her father/mother/son/daughter/dog. No, LION is a personal storyunique to South Asians growing up in India, and it’s refreshing andeasily one of the best films the year has to offer. Don’t dismiss thisas yet another Oscar bait movie put out by the Weinstein Company – itprobably is one. But the film is much more than that. With a distinctvision from director Garth Davis, LION offers an enthralling story thatdeserves to be seen by everyone.

  5. apioneer from United States says:

    I had not read anything about this film and I went to see ‘Lion’yesterday. I was moved, I was shocked. I had tears in my eyes and thehair on my skin stood up. I could listen to my own heart beats whilewatching this film. It has never happened to me before when I saw afilm and I was touched immensely. The film took me back to my roots andstreets where I grew up. I am from Pakistan and I have been living inSan Francisco for the last 15 years. I come from that part of the worldwhere this story takes place. I grew up in streets like the streets ofthe movie ‘Lion’. I have met many children who collect garbage to makea living and are lost in the streets of this universe. They sleep aloneon card board boxes at night and when you look at them , there is aquestion in their eyes. The world has forgotten about these childrenand there are thousands of these children on the streets of India andPakistan. Do you really know what it feels like when you are only 5years old and lost in some crowded street in a big city and do not knowhow to get home? To the boy who played Saroo (Sunny Pawar), I want togive you an Academy Award. The film grabs you from the beginning as itstarts out with showing a beautiful relationship between two brotherswho are running on a train track. The actress who played mother(Priyanka Bose)touched my heart. Her performance is breathtaking. Theway she looks at her sons, shows you how a mother pours her heart withlove when she looks at her children. There are no words to express thatfeeling and actress gave her full self and emotions to play this rolefrom young to old. It is commendable and her acting moved me andreminded me of my own mother. There are so many things which I think mymother does not know about me but the way she looks at me, I know sheknows.

    Lost Saroo looks around for Guddu at the dark train station and thenlooks for Guddu everywhere, in his thoughts for the rest of his life.What a beautiful role of Guddu played by Abhishek Bharate and what apromising actor! There were some real gripping performances in thisfilm by actors which had only small roles in the film but they lefttheir mark and touched me. I want to give a big hug to Garth Davis forchoosing these powerful actors and giving them a chance to expresstheir emotions. I must mention Tannishtha Chattergee, who knew hercharacter and made a mark with just two scenes. Now that’s calledActor.

    I have always seen Nicole Kidman in great grandeur roles. But I wasshocked to see her in ‘Lion’. A small role with few scenes. She gaveherself all. Her performance in Lion is heartfelt. The cinematographerwas able to capture her emotions and her heart on the big screen. DavidWenham, plays the part of father to Saroo with amazing acting skillsand warmth. Dev Patel, you did a good job.I want to give a big saluteto all the filmmakers and actors who were involved in making this film.You have done an exceptional job and gave me something which will be inmy mind and heart for a very long time. If any actors or filmmakerswant to reach out to me please email at hassanzee-at-gm-ail

  6. fionarussell-39478 from London says:

    This film was for me one of the most gripping and compelling films Ihave ever watched. Nothing was dragged out the whole film was to thepoint and from the moment it started to the moment it finished I wasengrossed with the story. I found it emotionally harrowing but went tosee it with my sister during the BFI film festival which I think madethe emotional side harder as you could relate to the pain you wouldfeel if it were to happen to you, afterwards we both walked home insilence still playing it over in our heads. Also true praise for thecomposer the soundtrack was exceptional – so beautifully written and inperfect harmony with the film. A truly exceptional film, this storywill stay with me forever. The casting, the story, the cinematographyand the amazing music was done perfectly and I actually cannot faultthis film. It was truly mind blowing and makes you appreciate how luckyyou are to have whatever it is you have In a seriously humbling way. Ifyou appreciate good film, this one, is a must.

  7. suriyamoorthy-41178 from Khandwa M.P India says:

    It has been mentioned on this page that one of the writers is “SarooBrierly (novel)”. His book is not a novel. It is a biography. I am fromKhandwa where the boy in the story (Saroo Brierly) hails. My residenceis just about two kilometres from his mother’s residence. A few yearsago I met him ‘accidentally’ and spoke to him briefly. I was totallyexcited to meet him. He does not know his mother tongue Hindi. He talkswith an Australian accent. His book ‘A Long Way Home’ is worth reading.In the movie his adult role is played by a ‘white’ man. It should havebeen a ‘brown’ man to reflect real appearance. The child actor whoplays the role of child Saroo is in fact a child who was washingteacups for a living in a roadside snack shop on the Khandwa-Indoreroad. His acting and voice are true to what would have been that of alocal boy. Saroo’s life has touched the hearts of many. In fact hisstory was topic of a sermon in our little Church in Hyderabad

  8. Fvlecmatic from Slovakia says:

    I’ve seen 104 movies so far in cinemas this year and I was wonderingall year long if I will ever see a movie which will truly deserve a10-star rating. There were movies like Room, Hacksaw Ridge, Me BeforeYou, Sully or Arrival which are all great and therefore received 8 or9-stars from me. But today I can safely say that I found my 10-star TOPOF THE YEAR movie.

    Lion. An incredible true story of a tiny needle in a very largehaystack. So powerful. Deeply moving. It’s sad yet uplifting. Not goingto tell you the plot but you should definitely find a way to watch thisone. There are many strong moments in the movie but for me it was thepart when you realize what happened to main characters brother and whatimpact it must have had in real life on their mothers life. As alreadysaid: This is a movie based on real events.

    This will definitely be an awards contender. I also have to mention theyoung Sunny Pawar. You will love him. His acting is phenomenal.

  9. slaw-89071 says:

    This was an exceptionally beautiful film. It is visually stunning andas the movie unfolds so do the characters until their depths are knownto us the audience. The performances were incredibly moving and thescript was thoughtful. Attention to every detail was clear and themastery of the artists who crafted this film was apparent. The story istruly heart wrenching and there was not a dry eye in the theatre.Thematically, the movie forces the viewer to confront issues such aspoverty, wealth disparities, the best interest of children and muchmore. The film is truly haunting and not only evoked a lot of emotionduring the movie, but is incredibly thought provoking. This was a greatwatch!

  10. Laura Elizabeth Gomez from USA says:

    This is a beautiful film. The first half of the movie shines with itsmasterful absence of dialogue and the bustling Indian urban landscape.Sunny Pawar carries the soul of the film with his wide, vibrant eyesradiating dignity and screen presence purely through facialexpressions. He is a natural. The second half of the film set inTasmania thrives mostly in its contrast to India. Here, Dev Patel doesvery well as a confused young man in search of his roots and his home.Nicole Kidman steals the show with the few scenes in which she embodiesmotherly love and devotion. This is a must watch. It is not possiblefor any person to watch this film and not be moved by it!

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