• Released
  • July 1, 2011
  • (Limited 7/1)
  • 1 hr 35 min
  • Documentary
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Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
In an age in which it feels as if seemingly pure intimacy no longer exists, this film thrives on nothing but intimate moments.
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New York Post

By V.A. Musetto
On paper, these people may seem like boring statistics. But Andresevic, in her first feature-length film after years of producing commercials for the likes of Nike and Cadillac, turns them into humans viewers will take to heart.
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Slant Magazine

By Nick Schager
Love is both a many-splendored and painful thing according to Love Etc., a multi-subject documentary about the various states of amour that, while never succumbing to glibness, also fails to rise above superficial geniality.
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Boxoffice Magazine

By Ed Schied
Andresevic includes photogenic clips of the vibrant and diverse areas of New York City, giving a strong sense of the settings of the different love stories spread around the city.
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The A.V. Club

It's too bad the wanness of the majority of those storylines makes it seem more like a fling than a relationship with any chance of going the distance.
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The New York Times

By Mike Hale
That things tend not to end, or bode, well doesn't detract from the overall Hallmark vibe.
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Village Voice

As cutely contrived as any scripted Hollywood romance.
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Time Out New York

It's about as deep as an afternoon of people-watching.
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Frank Scheck
Cheesy reality shows monopolize the TV schedule, but must they infect our multiplexes as well? Love, Etc., Jill Andresevic's documentary depicting the romantic travails of various New Yorkers, is a disturbing example of a trend that is to be soundly discouraged.
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
With all of the city available, she made the curious choice to follow couples who are neither unique nor especially memorable.
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54 out of 100
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