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  • 'Love is Strange' inspires with gentleness, empathy

    Ben and George have been together 39 years, sharing a cozy New York apartment stocked with mementos, books, music, art some of it by Ben, a painter. From the opening scene of Ira Sachs' illuminating "Love Is Strange" a rise-and-shine, get the day going affair it's clear these two men, played with beautiful depth and nuance by John Lithgow (Ben) and Alfred Molina, know each other, love each other, care for each other.
  • 'Love Is Strange' succeeds with simple story, that's not very strange at all

    The title "Love Is Strange" is strange, since director Ira Sachs' movie, from a screenplay he wrote with Mauricio Zacharias, shows the romance between its male leads to include normal problems, normal friends and normal frustrations. Beyond that...

    Film Review: 'Love Is Strange' tells a moving story

    Film Review: 'Love Is Strange' tells a moving story
    It's not many films that actually start with the happy ending, but that is seemingly the joyful place where "Love Is Strange" first takes us, as the couple Ben (John Lithgow) and George (Alfred Molina) are finally allowed to tie the knot in an idyllic...

    Review: 'Love is Strange' ★★★ 1/2

    Review: 'Love is Strange' ★★&#9733 1/2
    Something wonderful happens in the final minutes of "Love Is Strange." A careful, humble examination of a marriage opens up emotionally, thanks in large part to co-writer and director Ira Sachs' use of a gorgeous lullaby, Chopin's Berceuse Op. 57 in D-...

    'Love is Strange' is sweet sorrow

    'Love is Strange' is sweet sorrow
    3 stars (out of four) “Love is Strange.” What a mild title. That makes me think of couples drinking tea in a garden, laughing during a story of the peculiarities of intimacy. Then toasting and smooching. The movie is similarly restrained,...