In contemporary L.A., two twenty-somethings millennials, Martin, a pharmacist and Gabi, a physiotherapist spend their weekends "swiping" on a dating app. The options are endless, but it's less about connection and more about hooking-up. But when they meet, they find themselves talking into the early hours. Connecting. It's exciting. It's new. They mysteriously regain their feelings and fall in love. Exhilarated by each other, they rush into a relationship. They go out on dates. They move in together. They skip work to make love - But soon the relationship becomes boring. And they decide to try an open relationship.
Gabi (Laia Costa) has a conversation on the phone with her dad in Catalan language. See more »
I don't know, Whatever will be will be.
No man... See, for love to work, and for happiness to work, and if you wanna have a family some day, you have to actually pursue it. Don't leave it up to fate.
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The dedication «for Anton "into the jungle"» might be related to actor Anton Yelchin who died in 2016 and was directed by Drake Doremus on Like Crazy (2011) See more »
Call it love (if you want to)
Performed by George Fitzgerald See more »
Awful people doing selfish things
There are many montages in this movie to move things along, all with soothing piano music that therefore must be touching and sweet, but in actuality, these characters are so one dimensional, selfish, and unlikeable that you end up not caring if they end up together. I get that it's trying to be a look at millennial dating, but there's literally nothing beyond the "sex" level here. No interesting conversations, no intelligent dialogue, nothing beyond just sex. I would say it was a let down, but I had no expectations, so it was ok-ish.
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