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Do I Love You? (2002)

'Do I Love You?' is a romantic philosophical comedy about life and the questions it throws at you.

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Lisa Gornick

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Lisa Gornick
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Credited cast:
Harri Alexander Harri Alexander ... Lois
Birgitta Bernhard ... Maxine
Darren Black Darren Black ... David
Carmine Canuso Carmine Canuso ... John
Raquel Cassidy ... Romy
Aimee Cowen Aimee Cowen ... Petra
Roger Irvin Dunn Roger Irvin Dunn ... Saul
Lisa Gornick ... Marina
Brendan Gregory ... Stefan
Sophie Grimmer Sophie Grimmer ... Rachel
Tracy Kashi Tracy Kashi ... Monica
Kiki Kendrick ... Rita
Olivia MacDonald Olivia MacDonald ... Vanessa
Kathleen McGoldrick Kathleen McGoldrick ... Alice
Catriona McLaughlin Catriona McLaughlin ... Pippa
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In London, Marina tells her mother that she's breaking up with her girlfriend Romy. A long flashback follows: Marina reflects on what led to the breakup and investigates her own psyche. She observes and reports on her friends in their problematic relationships, and she flirts with the idea of sleeping with men again. Meanwhile, Louise, a newspaper columnist, is investigating and writing about the Sapphic impulse. Will these inquiries lead Marina - and Romy and their friends - to insights or to unhappiness? How do we figure out what we want? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 April 2004 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Je t'aime, un peu, beaucoup... See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK

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Valiant Doll See more »
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Color
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Interesting commentary on life
15 February 2006 | by lunafairie89See all my reviews

It's hard to say all that much about this movie without giving it away.. But there are a few things I can say about it. Initially I had mixed feelings about it..but continue to watch it because it is fascinating. It's basically about a woman who is struggling with her own identity and her life and relationships with people and the world around her. It certainly passes my standards for good lesbian film noir that isn't just raunchy and raw; it isn't like pornography. It's a real movie with real characters who have real feelings. Very 3-dimensional. I can say altogether that I really enjoyed this film. I identified very much with the main character, and it left me with a sense of...reality but at the same time pondering beautiful and odd things. It's hard to explain. You'll see when you watch it. Enjoy.


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