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Friday, October 21, 2011

The Names Of Love DVD Review

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The Names Of Love DVD Review



Synopsis: Baya (Sara Forestier) is a young, extroverted liberal who lives by the old hippie slogan "Make love, not war." She seduces right-wing men to convert them to her political causes and so far she's gotten exceptional results. That is until she meets Arthur (Jacques Gamblin), a middle-aged, middle-of-the road scientist, and the sparks fly.

Review: The Names of Love was a breath of fresh air.  The film is french-made and quirkly as hell.  The film is funny, sweet and tender..and all that aside you begin to see a film that is actually very versed in depth and emotion.  The way that the director puts the film together is just outstanding.  I wish there were more films on the market like this one that had lovable and so desperately real characters, like Baya. 

Interest Range: Dramedy