Drama • R • 2011 • 1 hr 33 min
Watched this years ago, I could never remember the name of the film, found it again through taste app. Triggers some serious feelings/fears!
One of my favourite films ever! Ive rewatched it ~10 times. About the fragility of humanity and love. Great acting. Hits different today tho
Amazing storyline, Love is the perfect sense by the way, remind us the beauty of live and all of the senses.
It's funny that they've thought of this before covid.
One of the first beautiful films I'd ever seen. I love Ewan McGregor and Eva Green, they brought this film to life!
This is a movie one of a kind, gives you some feelings that you don't know what they really are. Also, Eva Green.
The power of this movie resides in the soundtrack and in the visuals - meant to trigger all five senses. A star-crossed sci-fi love story.
For me, it was right between good and amazing. It was bleak and emptying, yet beautiful and emotional. Great acting and a great concept.
Bittersweet love story in sci-fi apocalyptic setting with interesting cinematography and great message
That’s different. I was emptied after watching, but strangely in a good way.
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