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Love Song (A)

Country: United States, Language: English, 81 mins

Original Title

So This Is What the Songs Are All About
  • Director: Max Walker-Silverman
  • Writer: Max Walker-Silverman
  • Producer: Maggie Ambrose, Ramzi Bashour, Sakurako Fisher, Jesse Hope, Dan Janvey, Jack McAdoo, Jan McAdoo, Josh Peters, Robina Riccitiello, Max Walker-Silverman, Bill Way

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A remote lake in the North American landscape. The sand is yellow, the sky is blue and the mountains distant; there is nary a tree far and wide to provide shade. Faye is spending her days here in a trailer, with two books and a radio, leisurely birdwatching and stargazing. With her wiry build, wild blonde hair and hands that speak of a life of labour, she fits in perfectly here. Anything that breaks, she simply fixes; the only time she sits up and takes notice is when there is a knock at the door. Because Faye is waiting for Lito. Their connection goes way back to their youthful love for each other, but for some years now they have also shared the pain of loss – both are widowed. Max Walker-Silverman’s gentle, laconic film is about contemplative introspection, the power of love and the depths of melancholy. Dale Dickey’s portrayal of Faye is a touching mixture of inner strength and fragility, which is also reflected in the impressive natural scenery and a delicate soundtrack. 


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Cast & Characters

Wes Studi (as Lito)
Dale Dickey (as Faye)
John Way (as Postman Sam)
Michelle Wilson (as Jan)
Marty Grace Dennis
Benja K. Thomas (as Marie)
Felipe Jorge