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Do I Love You? [2004] [DVD]

1.6 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Lisa Gornick, Sarah Patterson, Raquel Cassidy
  • Directors: Lisa Gornick
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Millivres Multimedia
  • DVD Release Date: 4 Oct. 2004
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000621PA6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 107,815 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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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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By A Customer on 22 April 2005
Format: DVD
This film takes a great deal of patience to watch. It is confused and demands too much from the viewer. I found it frustrating and slow and I regretted the money I'd spent on it. If you've got time, patience and nothing better to do then consider it but be warned that you might find that this film fails to take you anywhere meaningful. If you go for it, good luck, I hope you get more out of it than I did and don't end up utterly depressed by the hopelessness of it all. If this represents thirty-something lesbian life then I'm dreading it!!
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By A Customer on 13 Oct. 2004
Format: DVD
Unfortunately I missed Do I Love You? on its limited cinema release so I was looking forward to seeing it on DVD. I must say I wasn't disappointed, it's a wonderful and intimate little movie and shows above all else how passionate ideas and convictions can over come the smallest of production budgets. The story revolves around Marina (Lisa Gornick) a lesbian struggling to define herself and her sexuality as seen through her own eyes and those of her parents, friends and lovers. The film also has a wonderful humour and an original narritive which dispenses with the traditional 'beginning - middle and end' story construct whilst still keeping a satisfying cohisive feel. Warm, intimate, funny and above all else honest, I would definately recommend this film.
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By A Customer on 13 Jan. 2005
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This portrays lesbians as confused, boring and unfitting women. I am a lesbian and I do not feel this movie had anything remotely interesting to offer the viewer. If you prefer lesbian movies with more of a good storyline, like Tipping the Velvet, then this movie is the extreme opposite! Don't waste your time - I didn't even finish watching the film.
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I read the reviews and still rented it, mainly because there's a limited supply of lesbian films. It's not a gripper, very little actually goes on, and I kept expecting something to happen. On it's plus side, it's probably quite realistic about the very ordinariness of many urban lesbian's lives. Why that would persuade someone to go to the trouble of making a film about it is a mystery.

I can't recommend it unless you lead an extrememly quiet life (possibly in a convent) and would find this exciting.
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This has to be the worst lesbian film I have ever seen (and I have seen "Bound" which ranks up there as one of the all time crap films).

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.
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I really struggled to get to the end of this film. All the characters are strange and not very much happens. The "high" point is where the lead tries to come out to her father - I have never cringed so much - it shouldn't be allowed!
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I am sorry but I have to agree with the others. This has to be one of the worst lesbian films I have ever wachted. It would have been better maybe if the actors could act. I have seen better acting at a school play by 12 year olds. How this film won an award is beyond me. It has now found its self very deep in a land fill. I hope that it is never found.
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Even though I noticed the low ratings on this movie I thought I'd still give it a shot.

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.
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