DVD: Perfect Sense, For retail & rental (Entertainment One)
Sunday 05 February 2012
Perfect Sense features yet another of the global pandemics which seem to obsess today's film-makers, but it's less an apocalyptic disaster movie than a haunting indie fable about two people, Ewan McGregor and Eva Green, learning to accept true love.
As the human race is robbed of its senses one by one, the film muses poetically, if a bit pretentiously, on the ways in which we soldier on in a crisis.
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