By Bubba Cranner | Images property of Warner Independent
A shot from Soderbergh's Equilibrium
A trio of directors and a trio of stories make up
this sexually seductive love anthology. Eros was created by Homer
and first seen in his masterpiece epic, The Iliad. Eros was the
goddess of love. In Wong Kar-Wai, Steven Soderbergh and Michelangelo Antonioni's
love omnibus, Eros, we see an examination of love of all brands.
The Hand, Equilibrium and The Dangerous Thread
all make up this intricately woven tale of lust and seduction.
A Look at Eros
The Hand is a story of a tailor who is
shyly in love with one of his female customers, who happens to be a high-class
call girl. His love boils to a feverish level after years of dressing her
only to see her go out and fulfill the demands of the men on the streets.
Equilibrium follows a stressed out businessman as he is perplexed
by a reoccurring erotic dream. Seeking a psychiatrist, he attempts to resolve
the meaning of this dream of eroticism and sex with a woman whom he knows
but cannot recognize.
The Dangerous Thread Of Things takes a
look at a middle-aged couple who have grown comfortably apart in the confines
of their mundane life. The husband takes advantage of a one-night stand
with a young, beautiful, free-spirited girl, who is later met by the wife…can
you say manage-a-trois.
Eros is scheduled for an April 8th release, and be sure to check
back as a trailer is made available.
For more information, check out the official
site. Eros is a procuction of Warner Independent Pictures