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Love is Not Love

USA 2020
produced by
Stephen Keep Mills for Triskelion Entertainment
directed by Stephen Keep Mills
starring Stephen Keep Mills, Alejandra Gollas, Louise Martin, Tonya Cornelisse, Russell Simpson, Cameron Tagge, Cathy Shim, Alberto Zeni, Jeff Sable, Sharon Powers, Grant Smith, Kim Vasilakis, Tamela D'Amico, Kemma Filby, Aja Warren, Scott King VanHorne, Celine Rosalie Zoppe, Shurud Shanto, Pamela Hill, William Joseph Hill, Sarah-Jayne Bedford, Isadora Moya, Yamil Eric Cruz, Chelsea Fadellin, Eddie Goines, Michael Hernandez IV
written by Stephen Keep Mills, music by Kinny Landrum

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Frank (Stephen Keep Mills), a 60+ year old gentleman, stumbles upon the quite a bit younger, very attractive Reyna (Alejandra Gollas) in town, follows her home, and to his surprise she invites him in, offers him champagne and strawberries, and the two land in bed together eventually. Frank falls in love, or thinks he falls in love, and that makes him not realizing at first that she's an escort - or maybe he doesn't want to notice. They meet more often, and whenever he wants her she's almost too eagerly available. He feels rejuvinated by Reyna and actually ponders about leaving his wife, Paula (Louise Martin), for her, even though she has a husband and daughter as well. But eventually their relationship turns sour, and when she wants to force him to rate her on an escort website, he decides to break up contact, despite her pleas to come back, and return to his wife - even if their relationship has long left all love behind and feels like one giant, surreal hiccup ...


This movie's certainly not your everyday romance, and pretty much the first scene with two construction workers (Russell Simpson, Cameron Tagge) discussing the medieval legend of Tristan and Isolde already suggests just that - and the movie keeps the promise of this exposition as it's always ready to abandon established narrative conventions for associative storytelling and suggestive filmmaking, veering off into surrealism and the absurd every now and again, but all the while staying totally on point with its main theme. The result is quite fascinating, thanks also to an inventive directorial effort and a small ensemble that's grounded enough to keep things relatable throughout.


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