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What Love Looks Like

USA 2020
produced by
Alex Magaña for ACM Films
directed by Alex Magaña
starring Kate Durocher, Josh Gilmer, Jamie Shelnitz, Connor Wilkins, Nathan Kohnen, Gabriella Wisdom, Jack Menzies, Ana Ming Bostwick-Singer, Kyle Meck, Taylor Alexa Frank, Ashley Rose McKenna, Trevor Sean, Tevy Poe, Kahlan Kreller, Tay McVeigh, Margo Graff, Ian Nemser, Kylee Wofford, Calvin Peters, Stephaun Pender, Marna Deitch, Sashli Sensation, Jason Sensation Thomas, Deje Kelley, Joon Paul Kim, Adriana Rafaela
written by Alex Magaña

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Love can be many a thing ... like Nicole (Kate Durocher), who's in love with her boyfriend Owen (Josh Gilmer), but for him the romance has long evaporated, and he spends more time on his smart phone than listening to her - so no wonder Nicole eventually falls for somebody else (Trevor Sean). Then there's Summer (Jamie Shelnitz) and Calvin (Connor Wilkins), who met and fell in love on a dating app - but when they meet, he has to realize she's a woman he ditched rather rudely after a one-night stand. Sam (Nathan Kohnen) meanwhile can't get over his dead wife (Gabriella Wisdom), even if he has just met a great woman (Ashley Rose McKenna) who practically throws herself at him. There's young Theodore (Jack Menzies) who's just awkward around girls, so when his dream girl Bailey (Ana Ming Bostwick-Singer) chats him up he almost ruins everything. And then there's Finn (Kyle Meck), who meets Penelope (Taylor Alexa Frank) in a park, takes her out on a date, falls in love - and learns she's leaving for London the very next day and not coming back anytime soon (if ever) ...


What Love Looks Like is a romantic comedy that manages to even talk to people who are not at all into romantic comedies (and I count myself as one of them), basically because despite ending all of its stories on a happy note, it doesn't try to hard to drive the point home that "love is the answer" and this way gives its stories room to breathe more naturally. Also the choice to make this an anthology film (with the stories interwoven though) works really well, as the film stays interesting by repeatedly shifting focus - especially since even the brand of humour varies from story to story. And a bunch of relatable characters, strong performances and a subtle directorial effort that avoids kitsch really help making this good entertainment that definitely deserves a watch.


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