|  Book Tickets: 17/11/2016
  |  Buy to Own: 10/02/2017
  |  78 min
Rated 15 by the BBFC


Alma Har'el directs this multi-stranded documentary which looks at our perception of love and the influence it has on our lives. Combining intimate interviews with artistic dramatisation, the film follows the real-life relationships of three very different people as they unfold across different parts of America. In Alaska, a young woman working as an exotic dancer tentatively begins her first serious relationship, while in Hawaii, a father attempts to come to terms with the unexpected news that the son he has been raising is not his biological child. Finally, in New York City, a young singer is forced to re-evaluate her relationship with her parents following their recent traumatic divorce.

strong nudity, language, sex references, drug misuse
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