Jordan Raup’s review published on Letterboxd:
The driving motivation of almost any story — whether it be for a person, an object, or an ideal — love has been interpreted and reflected through countless machinations across the history of cinema. For her latest feature, LoveTrue, director Alma Har’el, attempts to convey a definition of the word by focusing on three distinctly different depictions of love across the ends of America. Thanks to the sensual approach of its cinematography, the result is a warm and formally bold look at what love can mean beyond its initially fantastical promise.
My full review: thefilmstage.com/reviews/tribeca-review-lovetrue/