Director: Diane Bertrand
Starring: Olga Kurylenko
After slicing off the end of her finger in a bottling factory, a woman starts a new job at a laboratory that preserves "specimens". Soon she starts a relationship with her boss forcing her to deal with her life and "specimen".
An eerie and moody drama where nothing is at it seems. People bring in a variety of "specimens" from scars to bones to music for preservation and a way of heeling themselves from painful memories. The doctor is portrayed as a caring oddball but you get the feeling of the darkness inside him. Kurylenko is amazing in this film. There is not an over abundance of dialog and the ending leaves the interpretation up to the viewer.
Rating: So Good
Fringes of Horror by Sean Kimmel is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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