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Love: The Movie (2004)

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Robert Berliner ...
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Rachel Chadderdon ...
Carolyn Siegel ...
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Elizabeth Petersen ...
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Dana Silver ...
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You've always loved movies. This one loves you back.

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Comedy | Romance | Short

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5 June 2004 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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The filmmaker's imperfect slating job in the "dialogue" scene. See more »

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Aphrodite: Maybe I just want a puppy.
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Edited into The World of the End (2006) See more »

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Les Baricades Mistérieuses
Written by François Couperin
Performed by A-M Classical
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What's not to love about this film?!
20 September 2008 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

You just have to like a film made by "Guy in His Basement Productions"! And so begins this cute little short film all about how to make a movie about love.

The film is a documentary, of sorts, explaining how to make a good film about love versus how to make a bad one. The film is very tongue in cheek and has a lot of cute insights into what things you should do and avoid. The style is so clever and insightful, that you can't help but like the film. Heck, one of the first things I did after seeing it was to see what else these folks have made--that's a sure sign that it's a good film. Fortunately, Adam Bertocci (the writer/director of LOVE: THE MOVIE) has gone on to several other projects I am going to soon check out for myself.

Clever and insightful--Adam Bertocci and cast have a great future ahead of them.


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