Watch: Senses Fail and Love Remains in Full 'Perfect Sense' Trailer
The beginning of the year brought our first look at the IFC Films release of Perfect Sense, a story of love as the human race faces an epidemic with people around the world inexplicably losing their senses one by one. Another trailer from across the pond showed up in September, but with the film's February release date looming closer, it's time for the official theatrical trailer to tantalizes your senses while you still have them. This trailer paints the film more as a viral thriller like Contagion, but at the core of the story is love trying to survive the end of the world as Eva Green and Ewan McGregor struggle to stay together. Watch below!
Here's the theatrical trailer for David Mackenzie's Perfect Sense, in high def from Yahoo:
Falling in love isn't the easiest thing in the world, especially when that world is coming apart at the seams.
Perfect Sense is directed by British director David Mackenzie, who previously directed Spread, Hallam Foe, Asylum, Young Adam and The Last Great Wilderness. The screenplay was written by award winning Danish writer Kim Fupz Aakeson, of films like Okay, In Your Hands, Pure Hearts, Little Soldier and A Somewhat Gentle Man. This premiered at Sundance in 2011 and IFC Films is releasing starting February 10th, 2012.
Reader Feedback - 6 Comments
Many other films come to mind when seing this trailer, Contagion, Blindness, however this film may seem good, I like these actors they seem to be good in this, however the director is not very good at all, all of his films are horrible, if you dont know em, its ok you dont need to
RockySullivan1938 on Dec 12, 2011
Anyone else think the band Senses Fail was somehow related to this? Only thing that got me excited about the trailer. My bad.
John Robinson on Dec 12, 2011
This trailer makes perfect sense. Definitely plan on seeing this.
Brandon on Dec 13, 2011
I am interesting in seeing this. As we evolve, we're understanding that our senses mostly deceive us.We are consciouness which makes us understand the reality we perceive. Otherwise we would only see atoms and molecules.
Gonsa Sba on Dec 13, 2011
They came together........ahhhhh this looks really good
tir na nog on Dec 13, 2011
This reminds me of the movie blindness a couple years back, but way better.
Mchertron on Dec 20, 2011
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