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Eilidh Beaton almost 2 years ago
Interesting premise, nicely shot.
Courtney Bess over 1 year ago
Ben Randall over 2 years ago
Dan Lovelace over 6 years ago
Sven Delarivière almost 7 years ago
Cold Souls is a 2009 comedy-drama film written and directed by Sophie Barthes. The film features Paul Giamatti, Dina Korzun, Emily Watson, and David Strathairn. Giamatti stars as a fictionalised version of himself, an anxious, overwhelmed actor who decides to enlist the service of a company to deep freeze his soul. Complications ensue when his soul gets lost in a soul trafficking scheme which has taken his soul to St. Petersburg. The film then follows Giamatti, as himself, desperately trying to recover his soul. Paul Giamatti is an actor who becomes so impassioned with the characters and roles that he plays that he has trouble disassociating himself from the character after the scene is done. As a result his mind and spirit are a tangled mass of emotions that he seems to have trouble separating from his own feelings. As he struggles to play Uncle Vanya he reads an article in The New Yorker regarding "Soul Storage", which in fact is a procedural clinic that physically removes one's...
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