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Genres:
Drama | Romance
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1280*720
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601.85M
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720p
Frame Rate:
24.000 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
92 min
IMDB Rating:
7.0 / 10 
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Directors: David Mackenzie [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Perfect Sense, formerly known as The Last Word, is a 2011 drama film directed by David Mackenzie and written by Kim Fupz Aakeson, starring Eva Green and Ewan McGregor. Scenes were shot in various locations around Glasgow. [2] The film premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

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Reviews

lose yourself to the full extension of your senses

Whenever you're lost just slow down . Stop and for a moment just stand still. Don't move just breathe... Take a deep breath and let your mind wander away.

For a moment just lose yourself to the full extension of your senses .

Feel that ? That's life running through your veins, the deepest essence of your being.

It's the world around you.

Taste it , feel it, smell it, watch it as it spins madly around you and hear her as she whispers to you.

Now open your eyes. You are ALIVE!!!

Lyrical mix of "end times" and "true love" with some dazzling results

Perfect Sense (2011)

Take a whole new end of the world idea, one that's preposterous and chilling, and layer a naturally "perfect" romance into it, and you have this ambitious, lovely movie. You surely must suspend your disbelief—like when the blind people cross the tracks and step perfectly over the rails, or when everyone succumbs to a symptom simultaneously—but that's part of what makes the movie work. It takes chances, never loses touch with its heart, and has two terrific leads holding it all together.

The first of these is the ever interesting Ewan McGregor, who seems to zero in on slightly offbeat semi-big budget films. That is, he's not doing indie movies (yet), but he sometimes moves through a less obvious zone of really compelling projects with high production values, like "Trainspotting," "Moulin Rouge!," and "Cassandra's Dream." So he has a likable (some would say lovable) quality here as a regular guy, a serious chef who's selfish in relationships.

Until he meets, by chance, the other lead, Eva Green, who is distant and reluctant and gradually won over by this sweetness of this man. At first he seems like a player, but they both realize there is something special going on. And what a time to fall in love, just when the world is falling apart.

Oh, you want to know what goes wrong with everyone, worldwide? I'm not telling. Even the first instance is a nice surprise (I hadn't read any blurbs). There is a lightness to the terrifying truth of it, and to the lack of fighting back (even though Green plays an epidemiologist). It's a little like "Children of Men" in that sense, where a malady strikes and it goes worldwide and there is not clue how that could possibly be true.

Because, in fact, it's not about that, exactly. Or it uses those events to make you see what matters from the point of view of the protagonists.

The reason it fails to quite transcend, despite having all the elements to do so, is partly that the answer (to what matters in life) we already know. The movie confirms it beautifully—I recommend watching it—but there is possibly an emptiness of purpose that gets in the way. And the other plot, the illness spreading in stages through the world, is left alone, except for how it affects the afflicted. Which is everyone.

I felt fear of illness

Susan, expert of infection is dumped by her boyfriend, so she spent lonely time. When she was working hard without thinking loneliness, she meets Michael who looks frivolous man. At first, she doesn't have interest in him, but they attracted each other gradually. One day, the illness that takes away the five senses broke out around the world suddenly. The people who infectious act the strange action, for instance, become furious, become too hungry and eat anything. What will they become?

I felt fear of this illness and people's behavior. Especially, people feel starvation, and they eat oils, soaps, animals, and other things what is not foods. The other scenes, people act the abnormal behave, and made me feel a fear. If this illness exists in this world actually and we become lose our senses, I would not know what to do. Susan feels happy with Michael at last, but their relationship about to be broken for many times, and it made me sad. However, we can see their bond.

After watching this film, I thought we have five senses is very happy. It told us the blessing of good health.
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