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Eros 2005

EROS is a three-part anthology film about eroticism and desire by a trio of world cinema's outstanding directors, Wong Kar Wai, Steven Soderbergh and Michelangelo Antonioni. The film also serves as an homage by two younger directors, Wong and Soderbergh, to Antonioni who has informed and inspired their work. The Italian master has extensively examined this terrain in such classics as L'AVVENTURA, BLOWUP and THE PASSENGER. (read more)

Release Date:April 8th, 2005
Directed By:
No image existsMichelangelo Antonioni
Steven SoderberghSteven Soderbergh
No image existsKar Wai Wong
Written By:
No image existsMichelangelo Antonioni
No image existsTonino Guerra
Steven SoderberghSteven Soderbergh
No image existsKar Wai Wong
Alan ArkinAlan Arkin
No image existsChristopher Buchholz
No image existsChen Chang
Robert Downey Jr.Robert Downey Jr.
Gong LiGong Li
No image existsEle Keats
No image existsLuisa Ranieri
No image existsCecilia Luci
No image existsRegina Nemni
No image existsLuisa Ranieri

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Eros Movie Review by Matthew (4/18/2005)

Wong Kar-Wai’s “The Hand” opens the film, followed by Soderbergh’s “Equilibrium” and then Antonioni’s “The Dangerous Thread of All Things”. The only thing holding the three films together is that they are, ostensibly, meant to be erotic. That is up to your interpretation. Because the films were created in different places,...

(complete Eros review by Matthew)

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