Under the Skin is the kind of strange, imperfect, lovingly crafted film that goes down a treat at film festivals, but will divide audiences upon general release.
For example, during our showing a number of people walked out, while a similar number stayed right up until the end of the credits. Why did the film provoke such differing reactions?
Under the Skin stars Scarlett Johansson as a mysterious woman with an english accent who drives around Glasgow in a white van trying to seduce local men. Having lured a number of men backs to hers, she begins to have second thoughts about what she is doing and begins to question who she really is.
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