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Ang Lee had his priorities in order when he gave one of his first thank yous to the "movie god."
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The only thing more unlikely than a movie about a boy adrift on a ship with a Bengali tiger is the tale of the film's star.
Oscar-winning director Ang Lee said he is counting on the innocent looks and storytelling ability of an Indian boy to assure the success of Yann Martel's "Life of Pi," the fantasy book he is making into a film.
"I cannot waste this time talking about them," he said sheepishly.
"I have to do that," he said.