Summary: Globally, the movie's good. Great actors, darkest atmosphere and interesting staging. However, there is some too far long scenes, too intimist. The romance between Ewan McGregor and Eva Green is too much developed in relation to the reactions of the world in front of this epidemic...
Summary: A journey through a matrix of sense and emotion. I can only explain my positive reaction (compared to the general apathy of critics) on my predisposition to such overt portrayals of raw emotion. A brilliant ending.
Summary: Don't let the fact that this film participated in the Sundance Film Festival fool you. It is an attempt at telling a tale of lovers tormented by an apocalyptic epidemic, which results in a black mood and a boring plot.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I can't understand the bad reviews in that film. At first i saw it was a BBC movie and i thought it won't be good. This film came as a surprise for me as it's one of the best film drama-romance-fantasy.
Summary: Pretty depressing, for some people maybe it's old sweet movie, uneven or whatever. But for me it's great, every frame, every sense, love. You'll notice when something bad happen on life, on your love, you must go on.
Summary: If you like standard, run-of-the-mill romantic comedies like 'Serendipity', 'Kate & Leopold' or 'How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days' this might not be the movie for you. This is a little gem that you only rarely discover between the default Hollywood drab, so if you want to see something completely...
Summary: Terrible. I wanted so badly to like this film, but it was terrible....boring...in opposition to one critic's review, it was in fact over-stylized and redundantly abstract. The voice-over narration was annoying and inappropriate.
Summary: It is just not an apocaliptic movie, or a story based on SaramagoÂ´s novels. I really loved it, very fresh, reflexive, very good acting, and a story that left me some to think during the whole week end
An achingly beautiful and chillingly tangible film.
17 August 2012
Excerpt: I didn't see this when it came out in the cinema in 2011, in fact I didn't even hear anything about the release. Seemingly it was only shown in 59 cinemas and otherwise exclusively at film festivals. I love these kinds of films, quiet and subtle but with a myriad of things to tell the viewer.
Conclusion: Acted superbly, and played from the view of a "survivor" telling the story to future generations, "Perfect Sense" gives us the love story of two people learning to feel in a world where the human senses are disappearing one by one.