Do I Love You? (2002)





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British writer/director/actress Lisa Gornick makes her feature debut with the microbudget romantic comedy Do I Love You? Shot with digital video, the film involves struggling writer Marina (Gornick) riding her bike around London while her voice-over narration ponders all matters of life and love. She thinks that having kids will solve her problems with girlfriend Romy (Raquel Cassidy). Meanwhile, straight girl Louise (Sarah Patterson) writes a magazine article about the hip quotient of being a lesbian. Do I Love You? was shown at the 2003 San Francisco Lesbian & Gay Film Festival. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi
Comedy , Drama , Gay & Lesbian
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Lisa Gornick
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(** 1/2): Thumbs Down I found this movie to be more real than most relationship movies but I couldn't really connect with any of the characters (maybe it is because I'm not a lesbian but a good film will still get you involved). A decent first effort but there just isn't enough here for me to recommend.


I like philosophical films, but this is certainly not my type. Didn't like it at all. Bad acting, boring and cliche subjects... Bah. Couldn't take it.

Barbara H.
Barbara H.

Eager to ingratiate itself but perilously slight, writer-director-star Lisa Gornick's debut feature "Do I Love You?" is a no-budget, vid-shot attempt to transfer the tone of Woody Allen's breezier Manhattan relationship roundelays to a hip London lesbian milieu.

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