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Love Her Madly (2000)

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Three men are dangerously obsessed with the same woman.

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Three men are dangerously obsessed with the same woman.

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Ray Manzarek, keyboardist for the legendary rock band, The Doors, co-wrote and directed this film, crediting the idea of this film to his former band mate, the one and only, Jim Morrison. See more »

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I was very pleasantly surprised at how enjoyable it is
7 August 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Having picked this DVD up at a local market for £1, I was a bit disheartened to check on IMDb and discover that I'd bought a turkey. It's now a few weeks later and I needed a DVD box, this was still lying around so I tipped out the disc. What the hell, I thought, let's see just how bad this film is. Well, it isn't that bad at all. Possibly it is a real disappointment for an avid Doors fan but then I didn't buy it for that reason. I bought it more for the tag line; 'At the crossroads of art and obsession, waits murder'. The movie is a little pretentious, the acting not always perfect, but Manzarek does successfully explore issues of life, beauty, obsession and exploitation. He also manages to keep the story moving well and maybe because I wasn't expecting much at all, I was very pleasantly surprised at how enjoyable it is.


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