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The viewer meets these odd charachters at a time when things may or may not happen in their lives.
The film acknowledges that life is a messy, never ending process of changing fortunes and personal growth and it stays true to that theme all the way to the end.
It captures the feel of Toronto in fall perfectly, but also highlights the emotional and physical isolation of the characters in the film.
I'm sorry, this movie is a disjointed disaster. It certainly doesn't live up to the hype nor its premise--supposedly some exploration of the five senses. Read morePublished 6 months ago by WKT
For sensitive viewers, very delicate film.
Not an action film but a film for feelings, nuances, instintcs.
For a rainy Saturday afternoon.
I liked this intelligent and thoughtful Canadian film a lot! You really get involved with the decent characters and the predicaments they face during a few days in Toronto. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Cuthbert J. Twiddle
I never get tired of watching this film. It is so beautiful and forces one to slow down. Some people find that boring, but I would probably find their shallowness boring. Read morePublished on January 2, 2013 by Transatlantique
"Nothing can cure the soul but the senses." Oscar Wilde
This unusual, engaging and sometimes provocative Canadian film, written and directed by Jeremy Podeswa, is a... Read more
Not a great movie. Not a five-star classic that I'm going to watch again and again. Not what I'd expect to win all the awards it has. But it's good. Read morePublished on August 31, 2008
THE FIVE SENSES is a film metaphor, a study of people all interconnected in a Canadian city whose characters are representative of the Five Senses; touch, smell, vision, hearing,... Read morePublished on December 17, 2004 by Grady Harp
It seems that year after year, Canadian cimena becomes the more soulfull in the world. Films like Egoyan's "Exotica" and "Sweet Hereafter" have been aclaimed world wide, but this... Read morePublished on February 19, 2002 by A. T. A. Oliveira