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A dark psychological tale, The Sentiment of The Flesh finds two young medical students who are sexually attracted to each other which leads to a dark obsession with their shared fascination with the human body. In the tradition of David Cronenberg s Dead Ringers, The Sentiment of The Flesh delves into erotic fetishes that turn into a bizarre game of pushing sexual boundries.
After having worked as an assistant editor for films as I love you and Il banchetto di Platone, by Marco Ferreri, Bitter Moon and Frantic by Roman Polanski amongst many others, Roberto Garzelli directed his first two shorts films: John, which traveled around the world winning prizes in many festivals and Dadow, which also won over a dozen prizes in some French and international festivals.
In 2002, he wrote and directed a TV drama for Arte France; La place de l autre with Michael Lonsdale. He continued with an astonishing documentary, also broadcast on Arte; My Death In All Its States, which won the First prize at the Escales Documentary Film Festival in La Rochelle. In this movie he explores with humor what happens to the bodies after death. The idea of his first feature movie The Sentiment Of The Flesh was born out of this documentary.
Couldn't watch it due to it pausing very couple of minutes and then back tracking. I watched it on my new Kindle that I only had for maybe a week. Very unsatisfied.Published 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
A psycho-sexual thriller about Helena, an anatomic drawing student, and Benoit, a radiologist, whose mutual attraction leads to a dark obsession.Published 19 months ago by Taheen Lopez
I gave this a 4 out of 5 but saw it long ago so don't remember it now (it now) RHNPublished on August 20, 2013 by pianoman
Don't waste your time on this movie. It moves extremely slowly, the subject matter is bizarre to say the least, and the setting is dull. Read morePublished on March 16, 2012 by Baer B.