Bob (Jason W. Griffith) meets Jennifer (Giovanna Leah) rather by
coincidence, but he takes a liking in her pretty much on the spot: She's
funny, she's quirky, she's a tiny bit eccentric in all the right ways, and
she's a girl guys can relate to rather well, also beyond the sexual.
Luckily she falls for him as well, and life couldn't be sweeter - and that
she seems to be constantly horny is an added bonus, even ...
Bob eventually finds out Jennifer isn't 100% perfect in any way, but who
is? First, she admits to having had the habit of cutting herself when she
was younger, later he finds out she's still in psychiatric care and taking
strong medications. He also saves her from killing herself a couple of
times, and even has to live through her admitting to having had (loveless)
sex with other men. Still, his love is unwavering ... but can she live
this way, continually hurting the one man who has shown nothing but love
LoveSexHate is a very powerful film - and
essentially because it doesn't try to be: Basically, the film doesn't try
to hammer its message home, avoids all the spectacle the subject (and even
title) might suggest, and steers clear of big drama in favour of small
gestures. In essence, it's just a little slice-of-life film that tells the
story of two people, mostly in a fly-on-the-wall way, without judging and
without tearjerking things up, instead letting the audience make up their
own mind, helped by a strong script, subtle direction and a solid cast.
worth a watch!