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
The Anatomy of Love is a PG-13 movie that addresses the potential and common issues of love that derive from divorce. Often children grow up with a definition of love that is derived from their home environment, and therefore their parents. The Anatomy of Love opens the dialogue between parents and children (teens) on the true meaning of love. Jenesis apprehension to love, Cassious decision to lay his heart on the line, and both their peers and parents reactions to love provokes audiences, young and mature, to reflect on the value and quality of their relationships. It causes each person to evaluate the message they are sending to their significant others, spouses, children and friends on love. This is a must see movie for anyone, who has ever been, will be, or currently is in love. A terrific date night movie!
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