Our Rating: ★★½☆☆
L Factor: Lesbian Film
Short Take: Marina is in the midst of questioning her decision to break up with her girlfiend, as well as just about everything else to do with life, love, sex and intimacy.
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Year: 2002
Duration: 74 min
Language: UK/English
MPAA: Not Rated
Director: Lisa Gornick
Writer: Lisa Gornick
Starring: Harri Alexander, Birgitta Bernhard, Darren Black, Carmine Canuso, Raquel Cassidy, Aimee Cowen, Roger Irvin Dunn, Lisa Gornick, Brendan Gregory, Sophie Grimmer, Tracy Kashi, Kiki Kendrick, Olivia MacDonald, Kathleen McGoldrick, Catriona McLaughlin, Caitlin Morrow, Ben Paterson, Sarah Patterson, Ruth Posner, Anna Stokes, Kemal Sylvester

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Do I Love YouMarina (writer/director Lisa Gornick, Tick Tock Lullaby, The Owls) has just broken up with her girlfriend Romy (Raquel Cassidy, Tick Tock Lullaby) but finds herself in the midst of questioning that decision as well as just about everything else to do with life, love, sex and intimacy. She rides her bike around London contemplating and examining and discusses her crises with family and friends, who often have their own issues to deal with.

In flashback, we see Marina and Romy interacting, as well as Marina and her ex, Romy and her ex, Marina and friends, Marina and family. … It’s like watching a series of conversations about life. Marina is a bit neurotic, focusing on her increasing lack of femininity, cheating, lesbian relationships, and sex between men and women.

It’s contemplative … sometimes interesting, sometimes not, a bit odd all in all. For those who identify with Marina and her friends, it may be a joy to watch. For others of us, it may not be the film to hold our rapt attention, but it did win several lgbt film festival awards. (AB)