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An Insignificant Man

An Insignificant Man

17 Nov, 2017
1 hrs 36 mins
4,068 votes
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Funded by India's biggest crowdfunding campaign and Sundance, An Insignificant Man is a non-fiction political thriller following Arvind Kejriwal & the Aam Aadmi Party, during the 2013 Delhi election campaign. The film goes behind closed doors of the new party, as it tries to shake up Indian politics, while struggling to keep it's own idealism alive.
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Verdict: Provides a well-structured narrative of the ill-fated elections. Even today, the world cannot get over the fact that Donald Trump is the leader of one of the most powerful countries in the world. A wealthy businessman and former reality star, he entered politics and went on to become the President of the United States of America. Hillary Clinton, on the... ...Read full review
An Insignificant Man joins the ranks of documentaries, including Michael Moores Where To Invade Next, that reveals that the ideals we strive for is more than possible and, in fact, already exists. The promises made by this insignificant man, Arvind Kejriwal, leader of the AAP party in Delhi, India, were considered impossible. ...Read full review
An Insignificant Man, a powerful new documentary from writing/directing duo Khushboo Ranka and Vinay Shukla, suggests that the political landscape of India has become a battleground divided along lines of equally fundamental discord. ...Read full review
An Insignificant Man is bold in its design and approach. There is little to attack when it comes to criticising this film, however, directors Khushboo Ranka and Vinay Shuklas principal error lies in the bias of their narrative perspective. ...Read full review
An Insignificant man is a profoundly good piece of cinema and supreme documentary film making on one hand and just as valid if it could have been made in the 1970s at a time when India was changing and the angry young men (and women) of cinema stood up to the societal issues. ...Read full review
The mark of a good documentary is that you forget that the events unfolding on the screen are not fiction. An Insignificant Man achieves that and even surpasses it. Arvind Kejriwal becomes a character in a movie on his own life as David-like, he takes on the political champions during his debut in the Delhi legislative assembly elections. ...Read full review
First thing first, Vinay Shukla and Khushboo Rankas An Insignificant Man, a political thriller, is not a hagiography of Arvind Kejriwal, or propagandist move for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), but it surprises you with its potent voice free from any prejudices and bigotry. ...Read full review
Rarely can a documentary make your forget that you are watching something real, non-fictional and simply sweep you away with its storytelling. Vinay Shukla and Khushboo Rankas film mostly achieves exactly that. ...Read full review
Directors Khushboo Ranka and Vinay Shukla trailed Arvind Kejriwal and the Aam Aadmi Party for over a year and the resulting documentary is a powerful and poignant portrait of a shining moment in time when it seemed that integrity, passion and idealism could bring forth a revolution ...Read full review
Its not just the events that An Insignificant Man captures, important though they are in many ways, that makes this feature length documentary significant. ...Read full review
If you have not followed the political developments that led to the emergence of the Aam Admi Party, An Insignificant Man will be an educating journey. From the early days of the anti-corruption movement, started by Anna Hazare and spearhead by Arvind Kejriwal, to the formation of the AAP and its eventual victory in the Delhi Assembly elections, the documentary shows it all. ...Read full review
If the trailer of An Insignificant Man left you with the impression that it was a `propaganda film` and an `image makeover attempt` by the Aam Aadmi Party, then try to watch the entire film (the directors refuse to call it a documentary). ...Read full review
A documentary intending to work majorly as a dramatic non-fiction thriller, this chronicling of the rise to Chief Ministership of the most insignificant, controversial and collectively dismissed political upstart Arvind Kejriwal, is quite a compelling watch. ...Read full review