Highly Suspect Reviews: Personal Shopper

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Kristen Stewart teams up again with French filmmaker Olivier Assayas (with whom she made Clouds of Sils Maria) for this odd little indie ghost story. Stewart plays Maureen, who is living in France as a personal shopper for a celebrity, but really she’s there because of her dead twin brother. They were both mediums and they promised if either one of them died first they would give the other a sign. Maureen, not entirely sure the disturbances she’s witnessed were indeed spirits of dead people or something else, is going on three months with nothing and is unsure how to proceed. But when mysterious messages start showing up on her cell phone, she tries to understand how this relates to her brother. Chris and Beau give you the scoop on this art-house chiller.


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3 thoughts on “Highly Suspect Reviews: Personal Shopper”

  1. Nice review guys. I think you gave people a very good impression of what the movie is like without giving too much away.

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