A confused college student expresses her disbelief in the power of love. Through a class assignment she examines her own values and finds the love she has been looking for right under her nose.





Credited cast:
Larnell Baxter ...
James Bogans ...
Wedding Guest
Latin Girl 1
Marcus Cox ...
Cherish Cullins ...
Justin W. Dudkiewicz ...
Michael Fortune ...
Othello (as Michael Telfair)
Wedding Photographer
Troy Halverson ...
Prof. Mason
Robert Haynes ...


Cassious is a hopelessly romantic college student seeking to find love and companionship with his best friend Jenesis. Jenesis is an emotionally scarred college girl who has outspokenly lost her faith in true love. Cassious is careful to not to spill his true feelings knowing her feelings regarding love and their friendship. Jenesis expresses her stern opinions of love in one of her college courses and winds up with a special assignment. Jenesis is challenged by her professor to document the opinions of at least 10 of her peers on the question "What is love?". Once she has documented her peers she is then to document her opinion after listening to her peers to see if her idea has changed. As Jenesis has done her whole life, she depends on Cassious to help her complete her learning and love. Cassious gets ribbed by his friends for following Jenesis around constantly and being her errand boy as she jumps from guy to guy and dismissed Cassious' obvious feelings. Cassious finally finds it... Written by Mason Younge

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A Lesson in Love


Comedy | Drama | Romance





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29 July 2010 (USA)  »

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$100,000 (estimated)

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What is love?
6 May 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Hats off to producing and releasing an independent $100K movie like this! It made me care about the characters and it made my eyes wet at times. Good story telling and great acting!

I love cultures and races and the interactions. What threw me off in the beginning was that most of the cast was black. It intrigued me from the start... most movies in the west you see today have a mix of races, but here the whites are rare, love it (me being blue-eyed blond)!

The audio might not be perfect at times nor some visuals but overall, who cares! It's the story that keeps you hooked. And it did. It was predictable from the start and throughout yet quite entertaining at the same time.

As far as love goes... not an easy subject. Examined from many perspectives in the movie from quite dumb to rather perceptive. Contrasts and unanswered questions. Oxymorons. Struggle. Learning. Forgiveness. Choices. Dilemma. Ending?

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