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Love Math (2005)

By way of couplings, coincidence and interconnections, a young man retraces the variables between his dream girl, an ex-girlfriend, a former football star, an amateur pornographer, two ... See full summary »
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Preston Jones ... I
Alexis Celeste Elliott Alexis Celeste Elliott ... D (as Ace Elliot)
Helen Browning Helen Browning ... X
Andrew Rosas Andrew Rosas ... S
Derek Alvarado Derek Alvarado ... A
Andrew Haus Andrew Haus ... B
Kim Nagy Kim Nagy ... E
Kodie Nagy ... Kt
John Merriman ... P
Ian Christopher Blake ... P age 6 (as Ian Blake)
Billy Evans ... P age 11
Caren Claire Lewis Caren Claire Lewis ... New Girl
Dan Eggleston Dan Eggleston ... Professor
Stacey Simmons Stacey Simmons ... Lesbian
Irfana Hussain Irfana Hussain ... Extra
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By way of couplings, coincidence and interconnections, a young man retraces the variables between his dream girl, an ex-girlfriend, a former football star, an amateur pornographer, two sisters, a recluse with a speech impediment, and his mortal enemy. Written by Anonymous

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USA

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English

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26 February 2005 (USA) See more »

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Austin, Texas, USA

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Excellent Short
3 April 2005 | by mbrundigeSee all my reviews

The combined genius of director and cinematographer gives this piece an outstanding, intellectual and enjoyable feel of how a simple feeling we call "love" can be a complex web of people and events. The intertwines of hodge podge emotions flutter with hate, guilt, deception, loneliness, depression etc. This is a short that you can't just transparently watch in a short festival. This is a film that demands constant attention and serious memory skills. In a quick 10 minutes, the creators show you over 10 characters lives and how they all impact each other. This is a must see and I expect a lot of great films to come from these individuals. If I had four thumbs, they would all be in the up position!


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