Hypnotizing. The movie pulsates with anxious, lovelorn energy. -- Paste
Born in Buenos Aires, filmmaker Gaspar Noé (Irreversible, 2002; Enter the Void, 2009) studied cinema in Paris and returns with his most sentimental film to date. Radiating with erotic lust and compassion, a nostalgic lover—an American living in Paris—reminisces about a lost relationship. Noé captures the innocence of falling in love set against the power of sexuality. Shot in brilliant stereoscopic 3-D, Love is an honest and immersive experience that, through its unique and strong aesthetic, pulls the viewer into the tantalizing drama of physical and emotional love. Produced by Vincent Marval of Blue Is the Warmest Color (2013), Love premiered at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. 2015, 3-D DCP, 134 minutes.
Note: This film contains adult content, including explicit sexuality. While not rated, this film is only for adult audiences.