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Loev

Loev

May. 12, 2016 India90 Min.
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8.7 1,037 votes

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Synopsis

When hot shot, Wall Street dealmaker Jai thinks of putting some pleasure into his 48 hour business trip to Mumbai, Sahil, his young, music-producer friend, drops everything, including his reckless boyfriend Alex, to help him execute the perfect getaway. Hiking the hills and canyons of Maharashtra, amidst half-attempted conversations and sudden silences, business calls and old jokes, the friends discover there is more than just time-zones keeping them apart. Things take another turn when Alex shows up with a new male-companion at his side, throwing up old conflicts and bringing unanswered questions to the fore.

Original titleLoev
IMDb Rating6.0 466 votes
TMDb Rating5.3 7 votes

(7) comments

  • stropianoApril 3, 2017Reply

    Beautiful film!

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

  • keithba-77660April 3, 2017Reply

    Stunning loev story

    I saw Loev at a film festival in San Francisco. I couldn’t believe how
    entertained I was. It felt like a fresh take on a love story where the
    intimate details of a relationship slowly unfolded in front of you. It
    felt so real, raw, and tender.

    One of the things I liked most about Loev was the locations where it
    was filmed. I’ve never been to India, but it felt like a character in
    it’s own right.

  • amysunshine-15137April 4, 2017Reply

    Gorgeous film

    This was a beautiful film about love, and the things that look like
    love but are a little different too. The cinematography is beautiful
    and the storytelling is rich and unique.

    The characters have an emotional depth rarely seen in romantic movies.
    I found myself simultaneously rooting for them and also hesitantly
    accepting their flaws. These characters are human in the sense that
    they are inconsistent and strong and weak and bold and meek like so
    many humans are. Can’t wait to watch it again.

  • sara capelaApril 10, 2017Reply

    Honest and beautiful film

    I recently watched Loev, and it was a very compelling experience. You
    get the feeling that you have watched something heartfelt, honest and
    complex. The film is visually stunning and has great performances by
    all the cast. It captures the subtle nuances of friendship, love &
    longing, while its realistic tone and quirky humor make the film very
    relatable. A must watch for everyone.

  • tsimshotsuiMay 6, 2017Reply

    decent, but could have been amazing

    This is a case where the film’s format and style do not quite match the
    complications of its narrative. It could either have been this
    immersive, intimate portrait of two people never quite getting on the
    same boat, all while having this roadtrip… but it was bogged down by
    messier elements. Sudhansu Saria made a decent debut though, and actors
    Dhruv Ganesh, Shiv Pandit and Siddharth Menon were fantastic and
    magnetic on screen.

    Sidenote: I am very devastated to learn about Dhruv

  • andrewrubMay 18, 2017Reply

    powerful film

    As a gay man living in NYC (not Indian) – I was blown away by this
    beautiful and powerful film. While one might think this is a simple
    love/struggle story – it is not. I travel to India twice a year for
    work. I have been to the country 14 times. Indian culture views
    homosexuality a crime — making this story even more powerful. It was
    also great to see some of the beautiful Indian country side. Do not
    miss this film.

  • andrewrubMay 18, 2017Reply

    powerful film

    As a gay man living in NYC (not Indian) – I was blown away by this
    beautiful and powerful film. While one might think this is a simple
    love/struggle story – it is not. I travel to India twice a year for
    work. I have been to the country 14 times. Indian culture views
    homosexuality a crime — making this story even more powerful. It was
    also great to see some of the beautiful Indian country side. Do not
    miss this film.

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