A personal shopper in Paris refuses to leave the city until she makes contact with her twin brother who previously died there. Her life becomes more complicated when a mysterious person contacts her via text message.
In one scene, Silas has blood taken by a doctor. Nicholas Holt had to wear a hospital gown during this scene to cover up a large bruise on his upper arm which he sustained while skateboarding with Kristen Stewart . See more »
When Nia & Silas are sitting in the cafeteria, Nia captures a bee under a glass. A coworker asks what it is, and Nia replies, "A bumblebee." Except the insect under the glass isn't a bumblebee. It's a yellow-jacket. See more »
All trains leave from the lower level. The Collective runs when everybody do their part. Report suspicious activity to Health and Safety.
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I selected movie on internet without much expectation According to summary it supposed to be sci fiction movie As movie opens up, I felt more and more this is the issue in current society. Even though we living in emotion free world, yet not everyone allows themselves to feel them. It forces the emotionless in the movie, but we sometimes force emotionless by ourselves based on circumstances, SO's socially status, family issue and so on. Also when someone feels too much emotions, we consider that person weak other than sensitive human being. I myself tried to many times not to show emotions in front of not only in work places but also family and friends cause it can be too much to someone. This movie is brilliantly made and hope many people watches it and get little more emotional about the movie and themselves for good.
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