Saturday, October 27, 2012
Deco Features: Cloud Atlas
Cloud Atlas is way more than fun size at almost three hours long it spans lifetimes where souls evolve or regess. And the lives destined for quantam leaps are born with a special birth mark, which gave Deco an excuse to ask the stars about hidden spots on their hot bods without getting slapped in the face.
A haunting melody connects characters through life, death and rebirth.
Hale Berry, Tom Hanks and the entire cast take on multiple roles in this epic tale of love courage and survival.
Hugo weaving is a devil and here's hugh grant as you've never seen him.
HUGO WEAVING: "Hugh and I sort of play the the - the villains of the piece. There is a natural order to this world and those who try to upend it do not fare well. Music/tunnel explosion."
But those daring enough to try ome in with a comet birthmark.
Deco asked what marked the stars at birth?
JAMES D'ARCY: "I used to have one. I don't even know where it was - somewhere on my face. My mother took me to a child modeling agency and and the woman looked at me and said..."
Hugo weaving's got a weird one.
HUGO WEAVING: "It's one of those amorphous sort of birth marks on my back but it's not in the shape of a comet. smiles. And it probably has no significance at all."
Can Tom and Halle can do better?
Unmarred like a virgin.
HALLE BERRY: "Yes, I'm virgin snow."
HALLE BERRY: "I have a birth mark on my lower back of one of my thighs. And my daughter has almost the same birth mark."