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Perfect SensePerfect Sense is a emotional psychological movie. A chef and a female scientists meet and find their half in the other person. But when their love begins, it's time the epidemic begins robbing the aware of their feelings: Sadness - joy, love - hatred. Secrets and problems are ahead. What await them? Enjoy the film to discover by yourself.Keywords:
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Directors of "Perfect Sense"David MackenzieBirthdate: 10 May 1966, Scotland, UK
Creators of "Perfect Sense"Kim Fupz AakesonBirthdate: 12 September 1958, Copenhagen, Denmark
Critic Reviews of "Perfect Sense"AV ClubFebruary 09, 2012
Each deprivation is preceded by a flurry of emotion that leads to the film's most vivid sequences.Entertainment WeeklyFebruary 08, 2012
An intriguing apocalyptic romance with a multi-purpose title.ReelViewsFebruary 07, 2012
The problem with Perfect Sense is its inability to be effective as either a character-based love story or something larger and more bold.New York PostFebruary 03, 2012
People around the world progressively lose their senses of smell, taste, hearing and, finally, sight. Too bad the filmmakers never seem to have had a sense of humor in the first place.New York TimesFebruary 02, 2012
A solemn sci-fi parable set in present-day Glasgow, whose deepening sense of foreboding is sustained by the enigmatic, pseudo-biblical reflections of an unseen narrator.NPRFebruary 02, 2012
It's difficult to impart feelings of profound sadness with an image of Ewan McGregor shoving a stick of butter in his mouth.Butaca AnchaJuly 20, 2016
A love story that never is never corny or predictable. [Full review in Spanish]Film School RejectsAugust 11, 2014
Ewan McGregor and Eva Green are excellent.TrespassSeptember 08, 2013
This film from David Mackenzie is such a curiously inert experience that never satisfies as a romance, a sci-fi drama or as a social parable.Reel Film ReviewsJune 01, 2012
A seriously bleak little movie...Movies for the MassesApril 27, 2012
full review at Movies for the MassesMovieFreak.comMarch 17, 2012
It's hard to grab hold of this piece, difficult to grasp on what it is exactly the director and the writer are trying to say, and while plenty of individual moments border on sensational on the whole this one left me scratching my head.
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