One of the new additions to the Netflix library this May is one of the most controversial pieces of the Indian Cinema. Directed by Sudanshu Saria, Loev is at the same time a road film, a love story and of course, a lgbt flick.
Although the movie’s plot is quite easy to follow, once you reach the end of the film, the usual feeling for the average viewer is confusion. There is so much on the character’s behavior and attitudes that does not seem to fit, or at least, that is hard to understand that one or two hours later you find yourself thinking about their motives.
In this post I will attempt to analize and explain Loev, specially through a emotional dissection of its characters. Of course that will be my personal opinion, if you find another, I will be more than happy to read it on the comments section. Let’s do this.
(Spoilers alert) The first thing we need to do to understand this film is to review the plot. Sahil (Dhruv Ganesh RIP) is an Continúa leyendo Loev (Indian Film) ^ Explained & Dissected