Love & Savagery (2009)
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A man isn't about to give up on winning the woman he loves in this romantic drama from veteran Canadian filmmaker John N. Smith. It's 1969, and Michael (Allan Hawco) is a student of poetry and geology from Newfoundland who travels to Ireland to explore some unusual mineral formations in County Clare. Michael is staying at a small inn when he meets Kathleen (Sarah Greene), a beautiful young woman who works at a neighborhood pub. Michael is immediately drawn to Kathleen, but he learns her parents
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The pair struggle to embody characters who tend to seem like scripted abstractions and clashing symbols. That is, they struggle until the climax, when something wonderful happens.
There's not enough convincing love or savagery in this tepid film that fails to deliver on its eponymous promise.
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