Struggling to get through rehearsals of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya, actor Paul Giamatti (er, Paul Giamatti) worries about the weight the role is playing on his life and soul. He finds the answer in a New Yorker article — a service that lets you have your soul taken and stored to lighten the load.
Anchored by a great Giamatti performance, Cold Souls is built around a terrific idea and has serious fun with it. It also marks Barthes as a filmmaker to watch.
Reviewed by Ian Freer
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