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Lovesong (2016)

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The relationship between two friends deepens during an impromptu road trip.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jessie Ok Gray ...
Jessie (Age 3) (as Jessie ok Gray)
Juliet Fitzpatrick ...
Jessie's Friend
Cowboy Neal
Sky Ok Gray ...
Jessie (Age 6) (as Sky ok Gray)
William Tyler ...
Luke Schneider ...
Steel Player
Sasha Dobson ...
Bass Player
Jamin Orrall ...


Neglected by her husband, Sarah embarks on an impromptu road trip with her young daughter and her best friend Mindy. Along the way, the dynamic between the two friends intensifies before circumstances force them apart. Years later, Sarah attempts to rebuild their intimate connection in the days before Mindy's wedding.

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Drama | Romance


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Release Date:

17 February 2017 (USA)  »

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Песня о любви  »

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Opening Weekend:

$2,215 (USA) (17 February 2017)


$10,545 (USA) (21 April 2017)

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2.35 : 1
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A little too spare
7 June 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Lovesong is an intimate relationship drama, lovingly told, the kind of indie that hangs not on the script or dialogue, but on the beauty of the images and the mostly silent performances of its leads. And while the story is intriguing and the actors good, it never really rises up to become something memorable.

Lovesong is, true to its title, a bittersweet love story about two best friends, Sarah and Mindy. Sarah married young and now finds herself isolated as a single mother who only has a toddler to talk to, her husband travelling around the world. She calls her friend Mindy who immediately, like a breath of fresh air, arrives to reassure her, tell her that she's a good mom and to urge her to have fun. The two friends along with Sarah's daughter go an impromptu road trip. But while discussing their past some tension comes up and the two end up pushing their relationship into a more romantic capacity. Things go a bit awry and the movie picks up three years later just as Sarah's relationship is dissolving and Mindy is about to get married.

Writer/director So Yong Kim keeps things simple and naturalistic for her leading ladies (no makeup and a distinct lack of over the top reactions). The two main actresses Jena Malone and Riley Keough both work with her very well. But while the two have a soft chemistry that suits the style of the movie it isn't the kind of burning passion that would have made this film really stand out. And everything feels too subtle, too subdued. I liked this movie well enough while I was watching, but I also have the distinct feeling that it won't exactly stick in my mind.

Still worth watching.

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