Love Etc. - Movie Synopsis & Plot
"Love Etc." is Jill Andresevic's acclaimed multi-character documentary depicting the many stages of modern metropolitan romance set entirely in New York. Filmed over the course of a year, "Love Etc." is actually five different relationship stories--all of them real--combined in a single film. With characters ranging in age from 18 to 89, the youthful end of the spectrum is represented by high school sweethearts Gabriel and Danielle, whose first-love romance is tested as graduation nears. On the other end of the spectrum are Albert and Marion, octogenarian lovebirds whose chance meeting turned into a 50 year marriage, and who remain as enamored of one another today as they were when they first married. In between, are two men: Ethan, who is straight and the divorced father of two teenagers, and Scott, who is gay and single, and the soon-to-be father of twins. Despite their complicated lives, both are on a quest to find new partners and believe that love is only one blind date away. The final couple, Chitra and Mahendra, are engaged when we meet them— their big, traditional Indian wedding is the centerpiece of the film—but, once the honeymoon is over, the realities of marriage change and challenge their life together. A love letter to love itself, Andresevic's film celebrates the diversity of these couples, as well as the vast and varied city they inhabit.