Watched Jul 01, 2012
Andrew James’s review:
Unique and interesting take within the "outbreak" sub-genre. Mash together Contagion with Blindness with Pontypool with 28 Days Later, add a dash of romantic arthouse and you're left with Perfect Sense - a smarter movie in terms of scope of concept than any of these other films.
The tying in of senses with particular emotions is fascinating though creepy at times. Yet at the drop of a hat can be extremely heart warming.
Green and McGregor or as likable as ever and I'm having trouble understanding why this film isn't being seen and talked about a little more. It should've been a hit after Sundance. Though I would imagine the subject matter might baffle a lot of people.