The new Netflix film “The White Tiger” tells the story of Balaram, who is born into an impoverished family in the Indian village of Laxmangarh and escapes using his intelligence and determination, eventually becoming a successful entrepreneur in Bangalore.
Viewers know this from the beginning, as Balarama (played by Adarsh Gaurav) narrates the story of his life in an email, apparently written to the head of state of China to explain his success. This statement is one of the best things about the film, providing plenty of black comedy, as well as allowing Balarama to justify his choices – by his own admission – in an increasingly disturbing Is a story of
As we tell in the latest episode Original Content Podcast, “The White Tiger” makes a convincing case for ruthlessly escaping poverty, as well as painting a gruesome portrait of Balaram’s employers, the American educated Ashoka (Rajkummar Rao) and Pinky (Priyanka Chopra Jonas), who has little Warmth and compassion only go so far.
If “The White Tiger” is short, it is compared to “Parasite”, a film that deals with similar themes in an even more ambitious and qualitative way. But a film may fail to reach the heights of “Parasite”, while still being quite good.
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If you want to skip ahead, here’s how the episode breaks:
0:27 snider cut discussion
9:16 “The White Tiger” Review
29:20 “The White Tiger” spoiler discussion