IoS DVD review: 360
Sunday 13 January 2013
Inspired by La Ronde, but more like an enervated remake of Love Actually starring Anthony Hopkins and Rachel Weisz, 360 is a series of interlinked short stories about relationships on different continents.
Its writer, Peter Morgan, and its director, Fernando Meirelles, evoke a bleary, globalised world of anonymous hotel rooms and airport lounges where everyone's far from home. But how many of us watch a film so we can suffer jet lag for two hours?
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