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Not too bad, Love.net was one of the first breaths of fresh air
First off - if some of the people here think that in any way they can express some patriotic statements and miss-leading ratings based on that in the global network, in a global site like IMDb - man, isn't that something not so clever..?
Second - categorizing people by terms and behavior, in a movie review website is a sign that something is really wrong with the person doing it..
Now, back to the review. To be honest - I've watched the movie long ago, and don't remember much concrete parts of it. But what's left is the most important - the feeling is alive. What comes to my mind when hearing about Love.net is "oh, I enjoyed it!". It doesn't matter if I'm a Bulgarian, Uzbek or Marsian, the fact is that I'll watch the movie again, not to return here and write a bunch of stuff to you, but because I have the feeling that I enjoyed the movie and I want to remember the details that made me feel this way. Love.net was, in my mind, the first truly modern Bulgarian Film Project. A movie, quite similar to US movies in ways of technical, aesthetic and visual appeal. One of the first Bulgarian movies, which is talking about something in the present and in the past.
I gave the movie rate 7 out of 10, because I remember that somehow the subject incorporated in the screenplay was good, but not deep enough. All in all - nice one.
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