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Film Review - Euphoria

EUPHORIA 3

What “Euphoria” provides is a new reason to pay attention to the acting talents of Alicia Vikander and Eva Green. While there’s nothing wrong with paychecks roles and interest in the Hollywood star-making machine, it’s been disappointing to watch the pair fight to survive dismal mass entertainment offerings such as “Tomb Raider” and “Dumbo,” with both pictures offering Vikander and Green more of a physical challenge than a dramatic one. “Euphoria” tries to realign some thespian chakras, giving the performers a thorough acting obstacle course as it takes on the messiness of sisterhood and the finality of euthanasia. It’s not the most enticing endeavor in the marketplace, but there’s profound feeling to discover, as writer/director Lisa Langseth doesn’t pull any punches with the material, retaining rawness and confusion as emotional breakthroughs are squeezed out of the characters. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com 

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