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Love: The Movie (2004)

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Cast

Cast overview:
Robert Berliner Robert Berliner ... Bill
Rachel Chadderdon Rachel Chadderdon ... Aphrodite
Carolyn Siegel Carolyn Siegel ... The Filmmaker (as Carolyn J. Siegel)
Elizabeth Petersen Elizabeth Petersen ... Interviewer (voice)
Dana Silver Dana Silver ... Irritated Camera Operator (voice)
Adam Bertocci ... Excited Pyrotechnician (voice)
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You've always loved movies. This one loves you back.

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Comedy | Romance | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 June 2004 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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The filmmaker's imperfect slating job in the "dialogue" scene. See more »

Quotes

Aphrodite: Maybe I just want a puppy.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

Soundtracks

Les Baricades Mistérieuses
Written by François Couperin
Performed by A-M Classical
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"I have difficulty forming relationships with women, because my last girlfriend was a filthy, vicious ice queen who ruined my life."
1 January 2005 | by doggansSee all my reviews

Adam Bertocci's latest short film has a more professional feel than most of his earlier works, not to mention more humor. With the Lola Rennt/Star Wars crossover "Run Leia Run" and the one-man blackout short "Sparky", Bertocci provided many laughs and showed a great sense of satire, finding humor in movies and in everyday life. With "Love: The Movie", he returns to both sources, comparing making a movie with falling in love. Although the film might be funnier to a filmmaker, it should be entertaining to anyone. The dialogue is clever, the performances by the cast are excellent, the musical score is quite good, and the ending is everything we've come to expect from Bertocci. If this film has any flaw at all, it is only that it is too short. We can't wait to see what Bertocci could do with a feature-length film budget and resources.


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