Highly original and unbelievably thought provoking. Cuts a fresh trail thru one's mind.
almost 7 years
Not what I'd call a good film, but definitely an interesting one.
Visually and acting wise it's flawless, but is too long and might get boring at times.
Great aesthetics and scenes. Interesting story idea but way too weird connected...
Womb is a 2010 film written and directed by Benedek Fliegauf and starring Eva Green and Matt Smith.
The film commences with a pregnant woman (Eva Green) telling her unborn child that the father has departed for good, but that together they will start a new life. A love story is then told between two children, Rebecca and Tommy, who swear each other eternal love. When Rebecca departs suddenly for Japan with her mother, the two are separated. Twelve years later Rebecca returns as a young woman to find that Tommy (Matt Smith) not only remembers her, but still cares deeply for her. The two begin a new relationship.
Tommy is a political activist fighting against the biotech corporations, who plan to open a new natural park populated by artificial animals created by cloning. Tommy plans to spoil the inauguration ceremony by letting loose rucksacks filled with cockroaches. Rebecca, herself a geologist finding for corporations new sites of natural resources, insists on accompanying Tommy....