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No Stranger Than Love

Comedy . Romance

Alison Brie portrays a high school art teacher in the small town. She is about to begin an affair with the married high school football coach, played by Colin Hanks, who disappears down a an inter-dimensional hole that opens up in her living room floor.

Actors: Mark Forward , Aaron Poole , Jayne Eastwood , Alison Brie , Colin Hanks , Justin Chatwin , Dylan Everett
Directors: Nick Wernham
Country: CANADA
Release: 2016-06-17
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  • Johanna Schneller

    The script wants desperately to be about the unfathomable nature of love. The best it can deliver is this: “Love is loving someone who is covered in snot.” It’s all quirked up, but goes nowhere.

    The Globe and Mail (Toronto) Full Review
  • Brian Tallerico

    Feels like it probably began life as a one-act play, set almost entirely in Lucy’s living room and with a small cast of characters. It has that feeling of a piece that needed a bit more workshopping to discern its purpose and, like a lot of independent cinema that feels like it has theatrical origins, never becomes convincingly cinematic. Full Review
  • Roger Moore

    It aims for the heart, but misses. It reaches for existential but never manages much more than “twee.”

    Movie Nation Full Review
  • Jesse Hassenger

    No Stranger Than Love offers an accidental lesson: Attempts to write poetry ought to be preceded by attempts to read it and, preferably, understand it.

    The A.V. Club Full Review
  • Leslie Felperin

    It’s not a problem there’s a hole, as it were, in the common-sense logic of the film’s world; it’s that there’s a big, gaping hole where the illogic should be, a whole lot of nothing where there should be metaphor, playfulness, all that juicy, enigmatic, magical-realism stuff that helps films like Being John Malkovich and its many knockoffs become fodder for film-studies essays.

    The Hollywood Reporter Full Review
  • Michael Rechtshaffen

    Few will likely embrace the insufferably chirpy, high-concept rom-com that struggles to stretch a mighty shallow premise into a feature-length proposition.

    Los Angeles Times Full Review
  • Sara Stewart

    The considerable comic talents of Alison Brie (“Community”) are squandered by this exhaustingly quirky indie romance.

    New York Post Full Review