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For a drama packed with so much talent in front of and behind the camera, it's almost baffling how much of a non-event Fernando Meirelles's 360 is. Here the story goes global as the likes of Anthony Hopkins, Jude Law, Rachel Weisz and Ben Foster play characters whose lives intertwine over the course of the movie. Vienna, Paris, London and Rio are the destinations on this whistle-stop tour of love and human connection. It's a high-calibre cast, for sure, but one that's adrift in a film stacked up with clichés and without anything much new to say about relationships. In truth, none of the cast are to blame for 360's faults – Anthony Hopkins delivers a sensitive performance as a father in search of his missing daughter, Jude Law and Rachel Weisz are a husband and wife both grappling with infidelity and Ben Foster is an offender who finds an airport departure lounge is laced with temptation. The most compelling plot strand, though, comes from Vladimir Vdovichenkov as Sergei. He's a Russian mobster's bodyguard who's reaching the end of his tether with his boss, but is lifted by an encounter with young Slovak Anna. 360 may look like an awards contender on the surface, but the ingredients never quite come together to form anything that's remotely memorable.

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