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Director Per Fly's The Woman Who Dreamt Of A Man is about sex. Got your attention? Passion realised as sexual obsession, to be exact, but like all films trying to be serious about the reasons people lust for each other it's got any number of potential pitfalls to overcome. Imagine a chart from laughable (most of Zalman King's work) up to phenomenal (Shinya Tsukamoto's masterpiece A Snake of June). The Woman... ultimately lodges in the upper half of that scale, though it stops just about everywhere on the way.

The title is almost the entire premise - Karen (Sonja Richter), a successful fashion photographer, meets Maciek (Marcin Dorocinski), a lecturer the spitting image of the man she's had darkly erotic dreams about for some time. She follows him, and when he challenges her, she explains the reason she's so fascinated by him. Drawn together by her story, »

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