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From Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire), stylish thriller Trance follows an unscrupulous art dealer who double crosses a criminal gang involved in the theft of a priceless masterpiece. Starring James McAvoy, Vincent Cassel and Rosario Dawson.
“A mind-spinning work of Boyle brilliance” Shortlist
“Deliriously Entertaining” Total Film
**** The Times
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Now at this point the plot develops layers. People go in and out of trances and see things and you try to figure out what is real and not real. This film is a crime/mystery/thriller/drama that keeps you thinking. Franck (Vincent Cassel) is the ring leader and wants the painting. Worth a view.
Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, full frontal celebrity nudity (Rosario Dawson)
Then it all sort of changed. Yes, the direction was still slick. London shows off its coolest side with the buildings and architecture and Danny Boyle does what he's best at by showing off his style as much as possible.
It's about a gang of art thieves of misplace their latest stolen painting and turn to a hypnotherapist to retrieve the information from the man who had forgotten where he put it. And that's the story. The hypnotherapist trying to get the information. Because of the nature of `delving into people's minds,' we're able to play around with reality in the way the story is told. All this reminded me of Inception (albeit without the folding streets) and, once again, it all looks visually amazing.
You've heard of `style over substance;' well this is more a case of `style over story.' Trance looks amazing. But the story could be summed up in about half an hour and it doesn't warrant the full ninety minutes treatment. Yes, there are some twists and turns along the way that you might not see coming, but the characters themselves - being thieves - are a pretty unlikeable bunch who I doubt you'll care much about their fate.
Trance - once again - proves that Danny Boyle is a master of making things look cool and stylish. However, I just got a bit bored with the lack of story. It's not a terrible movie, it's just it could have been so much better. I see that there's plenty of people who have given it five star reviews. I expect Trance is a film that (some of us) need to sit down and watch again to fully appreciate. I may just have to do that.
Trance is the story of Simon (James McAvoy - Welcome To The Punch) - an auctioneer for a high-end art house who steals a painting (Goya's Witches in the Air) with the assistance of an art thief, Franck (Vincent Cassel - Ocean's Eleven) - however, during the heist Franck knocks Simon out and causes some brain damage. Upon coming round, Simon cannot remember what he has done with the painting. Even with a little gentle 'persuasion' Simon still cannot remember despite his best efforts. Franck has no choice but to involve expert hypnotherapist Elizabeth Lamb (Rosario Dawson - New Year's Eve) to assist with releasing his memory of what he did with the painting.Read more ›
The story is of an art heist,he gets knocked out,can't remember where he put the painring and the other crooks try hypnosis to find the memory and the painting. The first half really works well,with the hypnotist giving you the thought she's up to something,but what?
Then it gets very odd,trying to be INCEPTION,with odd looks into the mind of the crook with the memory loss,the trance scenes become so blurred into the lines of reality it can easily lose it's viewers. I did appreciate the end,where more twists actually explained things and no doublt left a lot of people smiling at this puzzle of movie finally coming together,but that said,it left me thinking of how much I can sell the blu ray for.
For a Danny Boyle movie,this is a huge disappointment. If it kept at the style of the first half and didn't disappear up itself,keeping the end as it is to explain all,then that would've left me satisfied,but this partial mess didn't.
I'm sure the female nudity will please some,but,it is done in a slightly odd way,going on about shaving her lower regions for the reason given.
It's not a bad film,but I have no interest in watching it again and suspect many will feel the same.
Or you could just be left staring at the screen in a bit of a trance.
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James McAvoy is on a roll this year, this is the 3rd film I've seen him in this year that I've loved. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. R. Stanton
Trance kept on surprising me with so many twists and turns I almost became dizzy! There were so many mayers to the story, each one cha ging the goal posts. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Neil
Danny Boyle delivers yet again with a story of hypnosis, action and double-crossing that shows most other movie-makers that he is one of the worlds best directors. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ryan Stevens
it was really good . it draged a bit then came to an end in moments as if a child had wrote it for their sats test then the teacher announced 5 minutes left. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joshua