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Movie Review: Unforgettable
Letís make one thing clear right away. Modern Love isnít a horror flick. In fact, thereís very little reason for this to be listed along with most of the movies here beyond the ending. Sure, elements do exist as the movie eventually evolves into psychological horror, however, I would insert Modern Love more as a drama because for the most part, the film avoids all standard conventions that create horror. Thereís very little suspense. Thereís very little overpowering sense of dread. It's more of an examination of the human condition. In fact, for the first 30 minutes I wasnít sure what I was watching with many shots of trees, landscape, and a man and his family. But letís make another thing clear; this is not a knock. This film is beautifully shot and wonderfully acted to point that it raises itself above the genre though it eventually falls into the normal trappings of horror as if some producer decided the ended needed to be Hollywoodized. And thatís a shame because I became so impressed that the film was doing something different that I yearned to see it end somewhere different as well. Instead, it goes to familiar ground instead of striving to find new territory.