A Love Affair of Sorts (2011)
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A Love Affair of Sorts is an intimate drama about a boy, a girl, and a camera. David Guy (David Guy Levy, who is also the director) and Enci (Lili Bordán) play a couple who meet in a bookstore, where he catches her in the midst of shoplifting, and she sees him in the midst of furtively filming her with his flip camera. Through the course of that day and evening, they start a tentative relationship, with his omnipresent camera serving as both bridge and barrier to their connection. Things are
Jun 24, 2011 Limited
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"A Love Affair of Sorts" answers the question of whether you can make a feature film with a Flip camera and leaves open the question of whether you can make a good one.
You show me your camera, and I'll show you mine. That sums up the low-budget indie "A Love Affair of Sorts."
Endlessly fascinated by the idea that some people are endlessly fascinated with themselves? David Guy Levy has made a movie perfectly suited to you.
Tedious enough to serve as a cautionary example of the pitfalls of DYI filmmaking.
An occasionally intriguing navel-gazing misfire, but its unverifiable claim to be the first feature film shot entirely on flip cameras eventually comes across as nothing more than an excuse for stylistic sloppiness.
An amateurish and tedious romantic drama about two irritating people and two flip cameras.
A physically taxing movie, jiggling and off-center and filled with dizzying whip pans.
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