Love and Human Remains (1993)
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Critic Reviews for Love and Human Remains
The result is kind of a mess, but an intriguing one; it's not a very good movie, but you don't stop watching it.
Posits friendship as a sacrament in the lives of some amoral urban characters
Wickedly funny and wickedly moving
'm still working on figuring out "the moral of the story"
Audience Reviews for Love and Human Remains
One of those films that's eluded me ever since I first saw it back in the VHS days, so I was happy to finally track it down on DVD from what I recall being one of those Warner Archives sales. It holds up well, with a couple of friends navigating the unsteady waters of dating in the '90s in an unnamed metropolitan area of Canada, where a serial killer is also taking victims. Well worth a rental if you get the chance.
Awesome 90's movie, one of my favourites. Still love it to this day. It's about a group of people. A gay man, David (Thomas Gibson) and his flatmate and friend, Candy. Candy is treated badly by her boyfriend, so when a young lesbian woman falls in love with her, she flirts back, not realising the consequences of her actions. David, meanwhile, has attracted the attention of his sexually confused young employee, and encourages him. There's also a back story with a serial killer, but really it's surplus. This is just a great character study about real and flawed people who could be your neighbours or co workers. Never tire of this one.
Often overlooked gem of 90's Indie Cinema.
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