A soldier, caught under the dark cloud of the Civil War, is given the opportunity to head West and witness an extraordinary discovery made by another Regiment. More than a century later, a lone astronaut aboard the International Space Station becomes stranded in orbit when he loses all contact with Earth. As time passes and life support systems dwindle, Lee battles to maintain his sanity - and simply stay alive.
His world is a claustrophobic and lonely existence, until he makes a strange discovery aboard the ship.
Driven by the powerful music of ANGELS & AIRWAVES (fronted by Blink 182’s Tom deLonge), LOVE explores the fundamental human need for connection and the limitless power of hope.
A western/sci-fi/art house hybrid with substance that is a visual and aural spectacle.
William Eubank creates a visually stunning film. The opening sequence of Love is achingly beautiful and intense – even if you saw nothing but the first ten minutes, you’d be leaving with a cinematic treat. Add to this the fact that Will and his brothers spent years building sets for an underground Civil War bunker sequence that doesn’t even account for a quarter of the film in his parent’s backyard and you can definitely make an argument for dedication to craft.
Overall, I found LOVE to be one of the more engaging, visually exciting art house films I’ve seen in some time; they manage a larger budget feel with much less than was actually available impressively. This is a film has a lot to offer the Inception and Moon crowds.
This movie is not to be missed and we are delighted to present the UK premiere.