Trance (2013)(Blu-ray)

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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 Dawsonå

    Categories
    AdventureMovies
    Number of Discs
    1
    Format
    Blu-ray
    TV System
    PAL
    Country
    South Africa
    Region
    1. B
    Barcode
    6009700321952
    Title
    Trance (2013)(Blu-ray)
    Studio
    Fox Home Entertainment
    Year
    2013
    Running Time
    101

    Victor, South Africa. 3 June 2014

    DVD Review: 'Trance'
    ★★★ Stars
    Trance (2013) naturally arrived with high expectations. Top-lined by James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson and Vincent Cassel, Boyle's latest is the first Britain-set film the director has made since the children's fantasy Millions (2004) almost a decade ago. Trance is a genre mash-up - part heist film, part psychological thriller - opening as McAvoy's Simon helps Franck (Cassel) and his gang to steal a near-priceless piece of art, before taking a blow to the head and forgetting where he hid it.

    Presented with a list of therapists, Simon selects Dr. Elizabeth Lamb (Dawson) to subject him to hypnotherapy so that he might recall the painting's location. From there, things get tangled. Gorgeous trance sequences take place in Simon's mind set to Rick Smith's pulsing, soaring electronic score; while alternately grimy and glowing real-life interactions between Simon, Elizabeth and Franck see the trio getting more and more involved in each others' lives. Characters cross, double-cross, triple-cross and, if it may not be the easiest to follow, the various twists are at the very least manageable for those familiar with this style of thriller. What Trance most crucially lacks, however, is a sense of cohesion.

    There's more (equally convoluted) back-story than there is plot. The push and pull of abused and abuser stretches the drama thin, and although the construction of Simon as a character is fascinating, the way the characters behave becomes increasingly difficult to reconcile. The puzzle that the film comprises is built to house an emptiness. Throw in the film's confused approach to nudity - at one point Dawson strips herself bare, yet when Cassel or McAvoy appear in the buff, shot composition contrives to spare their modesty - andTrance seems worryingly short on the things which really matter: it's intense, but not engaging; smart but not intelligent; lacking in anything significant worth saying or feeling.

    Boyle's famed high energy, speedy filmmaking feels stuck in overdrive throughout. Trance gallops along without pausing for breath, barely allowing space for any emotional moment to resonate before hurrying along to the next scene. The three central performers are all commendable, but that can't save Trance from itself. It's a far more interesting piece of work than Boyle's 2008 Oscar winner Slumdog Millionaire, but it is nasty - at times exhilaratingly so - and bitter.

    Region details

    Blu-ray Region B

    Region B - Includes most European and Middle-Eastern countries, all of Africa, Australia and New Zealand.

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