Love Etc. (2011)
Average Rating: 5.9/10
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Average Rating: 5.6/10
Critic Reviews: 8
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Love Etc. is a witty, poignant and humorous exploration about the universal stages of love, depicted through five real stories over the course of one year in New York City. Young, old, gay, straight - everyone has experienced love - and the joy and frustration that come with it. From teen romance to a decades-long marriage; newlyweds to a recent divorcee, and even a bachelor so frustrated in his search that he chooses to have children without a partner, Love Etc. documents the intimate journeys
Jul 1, 2011 Limited
Paladin Pictures - Official Site
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In an age in which it feels as if seemingly pure intimacy no longer exists, this film thrives on nothing but intimate moments.
It's not that you don't care for these urbanites -- you do, but it's in spite of Andresevic's unengaged hanging-around and general air of slightness.
Throw a party and ask all your friends to share their stories; you'll probably find more surprises, and have a lot more fun.
Breakups and disappearances, loneliness and failing health fit into the film's fabric like beats in a TV drama.
Jill Andresevic's simply photographed documentary springs from an equally simple premise...
A particularly poignant examination of love which magically ushers the audience right into the middle of the romantic relationships of a variety of native New Yorkers.
Each of the six protagonists in Love Etc. are sweet and hopeful in a genuinely human way that fictional films simply cannot touch.
[A]voids cloying clichés through the bittersweet lessons each learns [to show] "I love you" can be richer, more nuanced, and more expansive than Hollywood fairy tales.
How do you find love in a teeming city of 18 million souls? This lightweight, likable documentary attempts to answer that question.
Tedious portraits and flat observations about love by couples and singles in New York City.
Love Etc.'s cross-section of New Yorkers simply isn't as captivating as its cross-section of New York, particularly the Queens and Brooklyn neighborhoods that rarely grace the screen.
[VIDEO] Jill Andresevic's hokey-but-enjoyable brief documentary study of romantic relationships is set in New York's five boroughs.
While Love Etc. shows restraint in its broad look at the universal desire for companionship, it remains a frustratingly thin affair.
A cautiously optimistic doc that explores the relationships of eight New Yorkers.
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