Loves Her Gun
Loves Her Gun (2014)

This romantic tragedy follows one young woman's transition from flight to fight after she is the victim of street violence; will the weapons that make her feel safe again create problems worse than ones she is escaping? -- (C) Official… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 10, 2014
DVD Release Date: March 24, 2014
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Jeannette Catsoulis
New York Times

"Loves Her Gun" is one of the most soothing examinations of fear you're ever likely to see.

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Michael Nordine
Village Voice

Though the film is generally sedate for its first hour-plus, small moments of violence sporadically keep us on our toes just as Allie is.

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Elise Nakhnikian
House Next Door

This is Marslett's first live-action film (his SXSW 2010 favorite, Mars, was animated), and it's a promising start.

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Andrew O'Hehir

Marslett has a real feeling for this place and these people ...

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Don Simpson
Film Threat

Geoff Marslett's Loves Her Gun studies the fine line between rational and irrational fear, as well as what it means to feel safe.

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Sarah Boslaugh
PopMatters takes over an hour to get around to what is most interesting about the plot: Allie's initiation into gun culture, and her psychological response to the power that comes from pulling a trigger.

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Dennis Harvey

Arrives at a destination that may strike some as too pat, but getting there is nonetheless consistently interesting.

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Nick Schager
The Dissolve

Sluggish storytelling and heavy-handed moralizing.

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