Touch Me | Chicago Reader

Touch Me

The screenplay for this Dogma-certifiable feature is credited to directors Anna Jadowska and Ewa Stankiewicz, but its loosely interwoven story lines could easily pass for a succession of improv exercises. In one a handsome young cop falls for a haggard older woman after being called to her apartment to investigate a domestic dispute; the other chronicles the aimless days and nights of two shiftless young boors recently fired from their gig as infomercial pitchmen. Except for the cop, the male characters are all callous, violent, and conspicuously undersexed in their relations with women, but the women are drawn to them anyway. The acting is good and the film succeeds at casting a pall, but the larger point eluded me. 90 min.

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