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God of Love (2010)

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A lovestruck, lounge-singing darts champion finds his prayers are answered -- literally -- when he mysteriously receives a box of love-inducing darts.

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This is a very funny short-film.The film's run time is approximately 18 minutes. It was written and directed by Luke Matheny, and produced by Gigi Dement, Ryan Silbert, and Stefanie Walmsley. The film was shot in black and white on the Red One camera by director of photography Bobby Webster. In the film, a lounge singer and championship dart player named Raymond Goodfellow is desperately in love with a fellow band-mate, but she only has love for his best friend. The crooner prays daily to God for a way for his beloved to fall in love with him. One evening, his prayers are answered when he's given a box of magical darts with Cupid-like powers. Raymond decides to use the darts to make his own love connection. The film is included as a special feature in the blu-ray release of 127 Hours.Highly recommended!

Andre Tavares Simoni
Andre Tavares Simoni

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This group of New York film students have created quite a pretentious little romantic comedy here. Still I was pleasantly amused. The gods of "Olympus" respond to the wishes of Ray, who doesn't have traditional leading man looks. Ray's love is not returned by the attractive female drummer Kelly. Ray is selfish in only considering his romantic ideal until of course he finally learns his lesson and is given a strange new role in life. My wife and I happened to see this on Valentine's Day.

Byron Brubaker
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