A couple who is madly in love shares laughters before the world falls apart and people experience strange symptoms which affect the emotions.
A love story set in a disastrous world is the theme of "Perfect Sense" which will be premiered at upcoming Sundance Film Festival. A promo trailer for the movie has now been made available for preview via MTV Hollywood Crush.
It opens with a lot of romantic scenes, showing how Ewan McGregor's Michael who works as a chef meets Eva Green's Susan, a scientist. They are later pictured as a couple who is madly in love while people across the globe begin to experience strange symptoms, which first affect the emotions then the senses, one by one.
Everything changes. But people laugh, they cry, they eat and drink, they go about their daily business. They adapt, they change, they cope, they live and they love because life must go on. And so it does.
David Mackenzie directs this drama with a script provided by Kim Fupz Aakeson, who penned "A Somewhat Gentle Man" which has earned some good reviews on the festival circuit. No U.S. release date it set for "Perfect Sense".