Eros

Eros

Movie: Eros
Director: Michelangelo Antonioni / Steven Soderbergh / Wong Kar-Wai
Produced by: Block2 Pictures, Cite Films Productions, Delux, Fandango Films, Ipso Facto, Jet, Section Eight, Solaris
Released By: Roissy Films, Warner Brothers, Warner Independent Pictures
MPAA Rating: R

Three of the world’s most gifted filmmakers offer their own unique perspectives on love and lust in this omnibus film. The initial episode, “The Hand,” was directed by Wong Kar-Wai, and tells the story of Zhang, a young, virginal dressmaker’s assistant who finds it difficult to control his desire when he is sent to the home of Hua, a beautiful and refined prostitute, for a fitting. Steven Soderbergh directed the film’s second story, “Equilibrium,” in which Nick Penrose spends a session with his analyst discussing a recurring dream of a beautiful naked woman in his apartment, but he keeps wandering off on tangents about alarm clocks and hair loss. Finally, Italian virtuoso Michelangelo Antonioni brings his short story The Dangerous Thread of Things to the screen, a story of a jaded couple, Christopher and ChloĆ«, whose relationship comes to a crossroads when both husband and wife become infatuated with the same woman, Linda.

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