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GFF 2014: Love Is Not What It Used to Be (Gabriel Ochoa, 2013)

February 28, 2014

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In one Spanish city, three couples of varying ages undergo differing experiences of modern love: elderly former lovers meet again after years apart, a middle-aged pair struggle with their diminishing commitment to one another, and a young man and woman take nervous steps into a committed relationship. The three narratives of Love Is Not What It Used to Be are loosely connected by the males of each pairing all working at the same hospital, though the tales never actually intertwine despite gelling well alongside each other within the narrative’s framework…

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