Thursday, November 11, 2010

Love Sick (2006)

Love Sick / Legaturi bolnavicioase (2006)

Genre: Drama
Director: Tudor Giurgiu
Starring: Maria Popistasu, Ioana Barbu, Tudor Chirila

Summary:
Love knows no boundaries when a fiery love affair between two Romanian students is put to the test. It's Alex's first year at university and her world's turned upside-down when she meets savvy and sexy Kiki.   Despite her lover's baggage the naïve freshman falls head over heels in love.  But threatening their bliss is Kiki's emotionally explosive brother whose attachment to her seems downright incestuous.

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Love Sick from Tudor Giurgiu, is the story of an unconventional love triangle.  Representing something of a step forward for Romanian cinematography, this film is beautiful and rich in colors.  However the acting holds it back from being an excellent film, the leads seem to lack the chemistry needed for a convincingly torrid love affair.









16 comments:

Christie Klein said...

Looks a little too girly for me, but
all the things she said
all the things she said
running through my head, runnin through my head
(running through my head)

whoa that was weird what just happened there...?

Anonymous said...

thank you for the review

dee jey said...

i like it

El Trombone said...

So INTENSE!

Discerning Gentleman said...

I like this movie

Light Weight Baby! said...

that gives me something to think about

Life Saver said...

nice, thanks for sharing

Nerd Life said...

very interesting... thanks

Jimmy Volmer said...

that's good to know

Overstuffed Wallet said...

looking forward to your next update

ArchiePattersons said...

Fantastic film but has a heart-breaking ending. Worth it if you like sad films.

RoodNverse said...

hmm , looks like i may wanna watch it idk tho lol , ill check it out

Irwin R Sheister said...

thanks for sharing this

Million Dollar Dream said...

nice update, can't wait for more

Das Auto! said...

i don't watch these types of movies, but you did a good review! thanks for the post

Kartoffeln said...

Another good review for an interesting film, thanks!

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