Love 2015
If you cut out all the sex scenes in Gaspar Noe's Love, what’s left is a wistful, some might say sappy, story about heartbreak — made with impressive cinematic elan but somewhat shallow emotional depth despite all its tragic posturing.

Much like Noe's Irreversible, which also left a lot of people fuming, Love has a rather unconventional narrative structure. It begins in the past and constantly jumps forward and back until it eventually settles down in the present. The chronology of the events, however, isn't difficult to follow.

His name is Murphy (Karl Glusman) and he is a young American who is studying film in Paris. Here he has fallen in love with Electra (Aomi Muyock), a beautiful French girl who also tells him that she loves him. When they are together and make love, they seem to connect in a way only two people who were meant to be together can. Their bond seems so strong that they share everything, even their most intimate desires.

One such desire, however, is the reason why Murphy loses Electra. A lot of the film is dedicated to Murphy's struggle to come to terms with the reality of the situation while revisiting past events and trying to reassess their significance.

Director: Gaspar Noe
Cast: Aomi Muyock, Karl Glusman, Klara Kristin, Ugo Fox, Juan Saavedra, Gaspar Noe, Isabelle Nicou, Benoit Debie, Vincent Maraval, Deborah Revy, Xamira Zuloaga, Stella Rocha
Country: France, Belgium
Genre: Adult, Drama, Romance

Love (2015) 2D version
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BD50 | 1080i AVC | 02:09:22 | 40.5 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English
Subtitles: English, French

Love (2015) 3D version
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BD50 | 1080 MVC | 02:15:14 | 42.1 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English, Russian
Subtitles: French, Russian

-- Interview with Gaspar Noe (27:28)
-- Deleted Scenes (17:03)
-- Trailers