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September 06, 2011
A film that puts a smile on your face. Some funny moments and some dramatic. A different kind of love story, not just between 2 people but also involving the love of their parents. A unique look at how we go from there to here. Worth the price of admission
August 23, 2011
You realise you are in for something different, when the major sex scene, has the man putting clothes ON the woman. This film is interesting, funny and serious, sometimes all at once..A love story interspersed with insight into people's belief systems,their \"baggage\" and their willingness (or not} to let it go. Sara Forester plays her role as a blithe spirit with an agenda,
The Names of Love.... is the best movie I've seen, maybe, ever. Broken-people come together to face themselves and go beyond. It was thought-provoking, touching, and will make you laugh, cry, and see your own world and others' with fresh eyes.