Do I Love You?  [DVD]
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Offbeat romantic comedy written and directed by Lisa Gornick, portraying modern life as a lesbian through the eyes of Marina (Gornick), a struggling writer who ponders life and love as she cycles round the streets of North London, and wonders whether having children would sort out her ongoing problems with long-standing girlfriend Romy (Raquel Cassidy). Shot on a miniscule budget on digital video, the film was screened at the Pittsburgh International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.
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Top Customer Reviews
I can't recommend it unless you lead an extrememly quiet life (possibly in a convent) and would find this exciting.
The blurb on the packaging says it is the first British lesbian film for ten years - if this is the best standard we can achieve then thank goodness we only churn out such rubbish every ten years. Anything more frequent would just be an unbearable affront to human intelligence.
I would like to comment on the plot but as there did not appear to be one it is a little difficult. The characters were, at best, indifferent. The acting was embarassingly bad - how on earth did this win any kind of award?
I implore you not to waste your hard earned money on this drivel. Give your money to charity, set fire to it, flush it down the loo, anything but waste it on this DVD.
I've not seen many lesbian rom coms and to call this a rom com, it's offence to all the decent movies out there who are even borderline rom coms.
I couldn't really find a shred of romance in this movie. I found the plot (what plot?) convoluted (and not in a good way), unimaginative and quite boring.
I found the characters very boring and I couldn't warm to any of them. Why they chose the handheld camera style filming is beyond me - it just makes the movie look cheap and nasty! So many cringeworthy moments - it's hard to pick anything I found enjoyable about the film.
I am sure there are some great lesbian rom coms (Kissing Jessica Stein deserves a particular shout out), but this one is very much a miss.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great food for thought. Interesting opinions about lesbians. Not the best filming quality... Raquel Cassidy is always a good watch.Published on 16 Aug. 2013 by Charlotte
Boring film. Typical cheap production brit flick. Jumpy camera, no setting of tone. Wish I had saved my moneyPublished on 19 May 2010 by Clarky
I very nearly didn't make it through the first 10 minutes and even by the end of the film I was still confused as to what the 'theme' or 'point' was. Read morePublished on 13 Sept. 2009 by Richard
This film does nothing to portray lesbians in a good light. In fact just the opposite. I honestly expected it to be a journey in which the protagonist actually found some hope, not... Read morePublished on 24 Feb. 2009 by A. Shanahan
I really struggled to get to the end of this, its completely pointless.
Another one to add to the awful lesbian film genre-don't waste your time and money on it. Read more