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Eros is a 2004 anthology film consisting of three short segments ,
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Directors Michelangelo Antonioni (The Dangerous Thread of Things) Steven Soderbergh (Equilibrium) Kar-Wai Wong( The Hand)

The Hand directed by Wong Kar-wai in Mandarin, Equilibrium by Steven Soderbergh in English, and The Dangerous Thread of Things by Michelangelo Antonioni in Italian. Each segment addresses the themes of love and sex.

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Eros (2004) – Storyline/Plot:

Three separate stories of love, desire and/or obsession are presented. “The Hand” tells of the desire that builds in the several years long largely professional relationship (his profession) between Xiao Zhang, the apprentice to tailor Mr. Jin, and Ms. Hua, a prostitute, the two who meet when he is first sent to take her measurements for a new dress. Sexually inexperienced, that meeting awakens Zhang’s sexual desires. The story takes place during a phase of Ms. Hua’s life when she becomes ill, making her unable to work and thus live to the style to which she is accustomed. In “Equilibrium”, Nick Penrose is having his first session with Dr. Pearl, a therapist, Nick’s anxiety and thus want to see a therapist probably due to a combination of starting a new project with his colleague Hal in their job as advertising executives, and a recurring dream he is having about a woman who he doesn’t know but knows in the dream, that woman who is not his wife, Cecelia. These issues may be at play but not quite in the way he expects as shown after this therapy session. And in “The Dangerous Thread of Things”, Christopher and Cloe are probably coming to the end of their relationship. They still seem to love each other but don’t seem to be able to be with each other in always arguing. Their relationship is affected by each individually encountering Linda, the girl who lives in the tower across the way from their house.

Review of Eros (2004 Film):

I understood some of the implications, but I didn’t get the sense of what was lost or what was gained or omitted like in the other two segments. Everything shot and acted looks sweet and tight and concentrated in the segment, still a technical pro, but what exactly is the point? Still, I would not have walked out during the middle of anything by Antonioni, and this, by default the weakest of the bunch, should be open to more interpretation than what Ebert described as “an embarrassment”. I felt the eye and mind of an artist working still during “The Dangerous Thread of Things”, and my only wish was that I could understand more than what I was seeing and experiencing. Perhaps his segment, like Kaw-Wai’s and Soderbergh’s, are left up to that interpretation for a purpose. I’ll likely want to see all three segments sometime in the future, and maybe get a better take on what eluded me or what enticed me. But, at the least, I didn’t leave the theater feeling entirely cheated.

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