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I Shout Love (2001)

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Bobby is about to abandon Tessa, but in a suicidal panic she persuades him to stay one last night and reenact the good old times in front of a video camera for posterity.

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Sarah Polley

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Sarah Polley
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Matthew Ferguson ... Bobby
Julian Richings ... Cab driver
Kristen Thomson ... Tessa
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Bobby is about to abandon Tessa, but in a suicidal panic she persuades him to stay one last night and reenact the good old times in front of a video camera for posterity. Written by Stacey Donen

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Country:

Canada

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English

Release Date:

January 2002 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Love Sucks!
31 January 2005 | by derbyhandicapSee all my reviews

In moments of desperation were willing to do whatever it takes to win. I loved how the Maple Leaves futility was used as a metaphorical basis for Bobby and Tessa. The acting was accurate by far superior from the hogwash intake given by the film industry.

Great editing! At the end of the short I felt it was a bit incomplete but so is life and this is were life and art waltz into cinematic masterpiece.

Excuse me while I rinse off the cheese whiz, but I guess it's acceptable at certain times.

Two scenes which I must point out are: The bath tub and the couch scene.

The couch scene for Tessa was a defining moment and 360 of the human condition. Throughout the short I viewed her as a brute, but now we see her true reality. Her mind spoke before her heart. Need I say more about the bath tub scene.


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