Perfect Strangers :- Watch Perfect Strangers on Youtube on Fire,Seven long-time friends get together for a dinner. When they decide to share with each other the content of every text message, email and phone call they receive, many secrets start to unveil and the equilibrium trembles.An incredibly well-written modern chamber play that submit us a really interesting question: What would actually happen if a group of friends that affirm to know each other perfectly puts the smartphones altogether where everyone can hear the calls and read the messages? Yes A big messThe brilliant starting idea is developed in a wonderful crescendo that transforms rapidly the situation from a nice dinner with old friends into a bloody battleground that reveals the darker secrets.The movie is both funny and dramatic and so is the bitter-sweet final (wonderful inception tribute).Great cast, good directing and good cinematography.It’s fair to say that most everyone with an active cell-phone life has used those indispensable gadgets in ways not meant for public consumption. Never before have secret lives been so easy to negotiate, yet the risk of discovery, even if you’re not Jennifer Lawrence, has never been greater: It’s all there in that little device. Paolo Genovese’s “Perfect Strangers” plays on this near-universal fear via a party game in which dinner guests share all incoming messages and calls in a recipe for awkward revelations. Never mind that the film itself is an unsubtle chat fest stocked with immature characters; because it’s so tuned to the zeitgeist of the bourgeoisie, it’s become a major talking point in Italy, where it’s doing boffo business. Remakes in other languages seem virtually assured.The helmer made his name at home with a number of good-natured if hardly deep comedies with wide cross-generational appeal; thematically this, his tenth feature, appears to be a more biting commentary on contemporary society, but the script fails to go beyond the superficial. It’s also intensely wordy, neatly fitting in to the minor vogue for single location dramedies such as Polanski’s “Carnage.” “Strangers” begins in multiple settings, but the bulk of the action takes place in one apartment.
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Release: 11 February 2016 (Italy)
IMDB Rating: 7.5/10
Director: Paolo Genovese
Stars: Giuseppe Battiston, Anna Foglietta, Marco Giallini