The East(2013)

Directed by: Zal Batmanglij
Produced by: Ridley Scott; Michael Costigan
Jocelyn Hayes-Simpson
Brit Marling
Written by: Zal Batmanglij; Brit Marling
Starring: Brit Marling; Alexander Skarsgård; Ellen Page
Music by: Halli Cauthery; Harry Gregson-Williams
Cinematography: Roman Vasyanov
Edited by: Andrew Weisblum; Bill Pankow
Running time: 116 minutes
Language: English

Seeran Review: What has man done to this whole world except meeting his own needs? All the other species also do the same but the reason for the heavy loss of biodiversity is that human’s pursuit to meet his dreams does not mutually places with other’s needs. A group sees this entire pursuit of human as only projected by few corporate men and retaliates them. A spy from this corporate web gets into this group and sees her philosophical base being broken but does her job of espionage at the EAST. She finds the fair argument from them but doubts their violent action and starts in her path. The film is important in the perspective of the way in which we see these rapid degradation of the environment if we are to blame a certain group or share the blame as a whole as we remain to be their demand and these corporate just our suppliers

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