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Jury Award ~ Best U.S. Narrative Feature
Tribeca Film Festival
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This small, handcrafted, and immaculately well-realized feature challenges the limited way that movies tend to depict loss.
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Love After Love

What happens when you lose the foundation of your family? In the wake of a husband and father’s death, the family members he leaves behind find themselves adrift—and in danger of drifting apart—as they each try to find meaning in a world without the man who held them together. Mother Suzanne (Andie MacDowell) tentatively seeks companionship—but her attempts at dating only drive a wedge between her and older son Nicholas (Chris O’Dowd), whose own relationship with his girlfriend is disintegrating. Meanwhile, younger son Chris (James Adomian) deals with grief in his own complicated—and increasingly worrying—way. What plays out between the trio is a beautifully observed, powerfully emotional journey that speaks to the strength of family ties.

Played at

Royal, 4.06.18 - 4.19.18
Town Center 5, 3.30.18 - 4.05.18
Rated NR Closed Captioning Available Closed Captioning Available
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 91 min
Language: English

Awards:
  • Nominee, Jury Award ~ Best U.S. Narrative Feature, Tribeca Film Festival
FEATURED REVIEW: Nick Schager, Variety
Blending the intimate volatility of John Cassavetes with the elegant lyricism of Hou Hsiao-hsien, Russell Harbaugh crafts an alternately ugly and lovely — and altogether authentic — snapshot of the tumultuous process of grieving a lost loved one. Bolstered by superb lead ...