Half-decent script and a good performance by Charlize Theron but that's about it - nothing extraordinary here. Overall missable.
Brilliant films don't need much commenting and "On Body And Soul" is one of them. No amount of writing and reviewing would convey the emotion that can only be experienced by going to cinema and watching it. It's a work of art which somehow manages to conceal all its technical aspects (even though they are flawless) and make it seem like we are watching an excerpt from Ildiko Enyedi's imagination.
One could argue that the film has at least several…
I'd be curious to find out what went on in the head of some Paramount executive when he greenlit this film; I'd also be willing to hear the point to it as I didn't see any. It's not that I found this film bad, it's simply absurd and there's no message or meaning to it - it's just a very average piece of entertainment for the sake of a quick effect and shocking people. It left me with absolutely nothing…