The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (2019) Movie review:

Wow! What an inspiring and beautiful movie this one happened to be. Everyone should see this wonderful movie based on a true story. The plot is unique about a boy in Malawi helps his village by building a wind turbine after reading about them in a library book. The entire village is facing worst crisis without food, people are dying. The boy wants to go to school and study. His poor father isn’t able to pay the school fees.It does not hide the brutal realities of life, especially in a small village of Africa.

The first time director Ejiofor has done a very good job by giving heart and soul to a touching story. The acting, cinematography, the back ground score, the direction everything blends perfectly together. It isn’t easy to write and direct a movie and also act in it as well, Chiwetel Ejiofor has done it amazingly. Maxwell Simba who plays his son is perfect for the role. They both are wonderful fitted for the roles of father and son.

No other movie can get as real as this one. Also they put in more effort by adding the local language along with engligh in this movie. This one is one of the best movies on Netflix and give this movie a chance and I’m sure that you won’t be dissappointed and also will be moved and inspired.

My rating is 5/5. Highly Recommended.



4 thoughts on “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind (2019) Movie review:

  1. A passionate post about a film that I have on my list on Netflix! Your review here has moved it to the top and I can’t wait to see it! I first read an article about this in the paper and it, along with your post here, sound inspirational!

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