Love, Etc.
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Though unemployed, Pierre is buoyant, outgoing, affable, and experienced with women. This last is a point he never fails to drive home to Benoit, his gentle, hapless best friend. In an effort to compensate for his romantic failures, Benoit turns to the newspaper personals ads, and meets Marie. Even though his courtship of her is uninspiring, Marie agrees to marry Benoit. Naturally, Pierre meets Marie often. As he gets to know her, he discovers that he is recklessly in love with her, and he arranges his life around seeing her and being near her. He is so overtaken with feeling that he even… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"For anyone who has ever been betrayed by love, or wanted someone they couldn't have, Love, Etc. is a dead-on analysis, and a must-see."
‑ Luke Y. Thompson, New Times
"A few subtle, quiet moments sneak in every once and a while, but the asinine screenplay destroys all signs of cinematic promise."
‑ Dustin Putman, DustinPutman.com
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