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Hollywood Movie : Perfect Sense (2012)

Perfect Sense
Director : David MacKenzie
Producer : Malte Grunert
Writer : Kim Fupz Aakeson
Music Director : Max Richter
Lyrics :
Releasing On : Feb 10, 2012

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Ewan McGregor
Ewan McGregor
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Connie Nielsen
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Eva Green
Ewen Bremner
Ewen Bremner
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About Movie:- Perfect Sense is upcoming Sci-Fi romantic movie. A pandemic is sweeping over the planet. First, it affects the emotions; then, it steals the senses. At the heart of it all are chef Michael (Ewan McGregor) and epidemiologist Susan (Eva Green), who are falling in love even as the world is about to change dramatically. "There's a sci-fi element to it, but it's a story about something happening to humanity and the world and people adapting to those things," says director David Mackenzie. "I felt it was very rich in human values and felt rather different and rather original. It tells a big story on an intimate scale.



Additional notes:- McGregor and Ewen Bremner, who played chefs, also researched for their roles, spent time in a real kitchen in Glasgow. Bremner even picked up some new skills. "I'm a bit better with knife sharpening and chopping up baby quails—something I would never do in real life," he says. "I'm a vegetarian!"



 



 



Movie Review:- A hit at Sundance '11 and winner of the Ediburgh Film Festival's prize for Best New British Feature, the amazing genre creation directed by David Mackenzie stars Eva Green and Ewan McGregor as witnesses to the end of the world-- strangers who form a desperate romantic connection in the face of an apocalyptic epidemic of sensory loss. 



Direction, Dialogues and Music:- The romance is non-existent and the director seems intent on pushing the audience away, the film feels dramatically DOA - listless and unfocused. McGregor is good as always and, as usual, you'll beg for Green to crack a smile. McKenzie's style continues to be bland and uninspired. Ultimately the whole thing feels like a waste of everybody's time.



Overall:- One Time Watchable Movie.