Womb (2010)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Romance, Sci-Fi


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A woman's consuming love forces her to bear the clone of her dead beloved. From his infancy to manhood, she faces the unavoidable complexities of her controversial decision.


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  • Eva Green and Matt Smith in Womb (2010)
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  • Eva Green and Matt Smith in Womb (2010)
  • Eva Green and Matt Smith in Womb (2010)
  • Eva Green and Matt Smith in Womb (2010)
  • Eva Green and Matt Smith in Womb (2010)

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23 October 2011 | Stephen_Hawkwind
Thanks, but no.
This film, along with Never Let Me Go, might be the start of a new genre. Mumblecore science fiction, anyone? Both of these movies take a shot at delivering Very Profound Questions to an audience struggling to not burst out crying at the emotive depth of the incredibly touching human drama unfolding at snail's pace on screen. Or so the directors like to think. In Womb, The Great Idea circumnavigates the plot holes admirably, and the wafer-thin characters are brimming over with Love and struggling to come to terms with their sheer Humanity in virtually every shot. Its all rather dull, and, in a low-key fashion, incredibly pompous. Please, all you directors who feel a sudden urge to regale the audience with Deep Truths about Life - stay away from science fiction (unless you're Terrence Malick). Although I have to admit that Eva Green has perfected the enigmatic Mona Lisa-smile. From what I hear she's become pretty much unbeatable in the ring - she will floor you with that smile, flooding your mind with capitalised abstract nouns.

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