ON BODY AND SOUL
“Actually, it’s kind of funny, no?” Endre (Géza Morcsány)
Love in an abattoir. Sounds terrible. But ON BODY AND SOUL is deeply romantic. There is an unpredicted informality, easy-goingness to the environment. Travelling against the atmospheric grain is rare, and here rewarding. The two leads are mesmerising to watch, exuding chemistry. Her elemental aura is not limited to the surface. She floats ethereally like a LORD OF THE RINGS elf. He exudes self-assured confidence; think Daniel Day-Lewis in THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS – totally at ease with himself.
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