A young couple dances through the extremes of human passion -- from lust to love, from obsession to murder!

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A young couple dances through the extremes of human passion -- from lust to love, from obsession to murder!

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Artistically Stunning
11 March 2004 | by (Lawrence, Kansas) – See all my reviews

THE PASSION, directed by Jeremy Osbern is an artistically driven piece that systematically moves the characters through their irrationality. It is a dance to remember and a fever bursting with every cut. The cinematography is beautiful. The acting and choreography are spontaneously superb. Chilling. Ripe. Sensationally focused. The film is a marker of excelling artistry. The Film is structured around to characters who fall in love and develop through visual stamina of passion. Intensity. Motor erotic. If you have not seen this film you should. I recommend this film to lovers of art, dance, music and the beauty of cinematography. Psychologically impacting and thought provoking.


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