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Scottish actor Ewan McGregor dons a chef's hat in director David Mackenzie's indie disaster flick "Perfect Sense."
As the world collapses around him, Ewan McGregor brings out his romantic and culinary sides in director David Mackenzie's indie disaster flick "Perfect Sense."
They may be low-budget independent films, but the premieres at next month's Sundance Film Festival are loaded with stars, including Al Pacino, Katie Holmes, Pierce Brosnan, Jennifer Connelly, Kevin Spacey and Tobey Maguire.
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"And then the backdrop of the story is very interesting. The world is literally losing its senses, with these series of epidemics which are knocking out humankind's senses, smells, tastes, hearing and such," he added. "It was a nice metaphor, when we fall in love we lose our senses."
"It is a very romantic film for sure, I liked it because there was a reluctance in their falling in love with each other," he told The Associated Press.