Inspirational, Feel-good, Tearjerker Drama Movie.
The Entrepreneur is an inspirational, feel-good, tearjerker drama movie.
An unapologetic dreamer of humble origins has never thought of himself as disadvantaged, and thanks to his supportive mother who teaches him the ways of her world, leaves him to find his destiny. Anything but a restricted life ensues. Whether it's passion for movies, studying overseas or launching new ventures, Pratik inspires people with his childlike optimism and a seeming refusal to accept the world that is handed to him and embrace his prerogative to change it.
An early life fraught with other people's unkindness, a crestfallen Pratik yearns to learn all about the ways of the world and embarks on a mission to prove his love and smash all the old Indian stereotypes.
THEN LIFE HAPPENS TO HIM
With no business background and no financial support even Pratik must concede success is a race against time. Armed with a one year visa, £1000 and good intentions. This societal outsider makes us see the full spectrum of the entrepreneurial circumstance: Homeless twice, starved of food and living secretly on the University Campus. The naivety of youth can only shield you from so much, caught between the man he is and the man he is trying to become, an identity crisis ensues. A foreign situation in foreign lands, investor sentiment he does not understand and cultural anomalies he can not compute. A dream is derailed by an attempt on his own life.
Romance, friendships and business relations are fleeting but the love of film never dies, it is the constant, the fire in his belly and what keeps his skies blue
Is it a bounceback?
Is it a reconstruction?
Or is it a simple realization?
It shows what happens when someone wired in the east operates in the west, even though most of us will never experience his struggles personally we learn to appreciate his condition. As the story unfolds Pratik is humanised as someone who is like us. He wants the same things that we want and struggles with some of the same things that we struggle with. BUT there is a glimpse of an unfamiliar world, the virtues of Pratik that we can’t relate to, embarking on a journey to broaden our perspective into this other human’s life and experience. By showing us that Pratik is like us, we gain empathy. By showing us his unique struggles, we are challenged to question the kind of society we live in and our own personal role in its creation.
Sometimes a need to "open up" is not only the limitation of the East.
The generation-defining story which has the potential to bridge the cultural gaps between east and west and to break stereotypes, prejudice about and within British society!
- Reaction for the script by the test audience
Since the film is a true underdog story, it will be one of the most emotionally compelling stories the audience will ever witness. The tale of a small town Indian boy with the grand dream to make it in the British film industry, a dream only matched by his courage in the face of political, ethnic and social adversity.
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