Love Is Strange (review)

Love Is Strange (review)
Love Is Strange (review)
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John Lithgow and Alfred Molina play a New York couple who’ve been together 39 years. When they finally get married, one of them loses his job at a Catholic school and they’re forced to temporarily separate and live with friends or family. The movie sensitively explores the challenges that they and their hosts face. There is conflict and drama, but a surprising amount of objective, somewhat tedious observation. The unexpected breaks in the storyline undermine the narrative momentum. The actors all do a fine, understated job, but the emotional core is missing.


3 out of 5 stars (3 / 5)


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