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VINE VOICE
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 1 February 2010
Vine Customer Review of Free Product( What's this? )
Okay, thsi film was never going to be a searing piece of documetary film-making. Especially with a central investigation as soppy as 'What is Love?'. But what it lacks in hard-bitten journalism, it more than amkes up for in sheer likeability.

usually, to describe a film as sweet, cute and heartwarming is reductive and maybe a little sneering. But in this case, it's a real compLiment. You love the dramatised central characters of this film. Charlyne and Mike's inital courtship is painfully realistic and familiar. By thr end of their first date, you are rooting for them big time. Interspersed are the documentary interviews which are no less adorable and real.

The combination of drama and documentary, this film is greater than teh sum of it's parts. Whilst Charlyne never really answers her question, we are left convinced that love does exist ii its myriad forms. And that everyone can find it.
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