Trance is directed by Danny Boyle, and it stars James McAvoy, Vincent Cassel, and Rosario Dawson in a psychological thriller about a group of people who were trying to steal a painting, but when they thought they were successful, the painting is not there, and the person who had the painting first, doesn't remember as one of the guys knock him out with amnesia. So they get a hypnotist to get him into his own mind so that he can find the missing memory that locates the painting. I was a little worried when director teams up with co-writer John Hodges again after the last film they create together called The Beach which I heard bad things about, but I was interested too because of the premise as I have not quite see something like this before. I remember liking it, but it's been years since I've seen it, so I wouldn't know if it holds up. Turns out, I thought it was a very underrated film. James McAvoy is terrific in this, and Vincent Cassel was not far behind from him. There are a lot of stylish moments in it, and with so much hypnotize scenes, I wasn't quite sure about whether it's reality or not. I know people say that it's thinly written, but I didn't see that from the film. It has many twist and turns that were effective to me that I found it unexpected. When the movie goes on, it gets more interesting. The score is really good, and I like the characters in this, even though I could've use a little more character development on the supporting characters as they don't have much purpose other then being part of the group. The camerawork is impressive to look at, and it goes by pretty quickly. Trance is a really great film that is better than I thought was going to be from critics.