Death: A Love Story (2015)
Released/Country: 2015 / USA
Genre: Horror, Thriller : IMDb
Director: Edward James Anderson | Length: N/A
Starring: Aidan Bristow, Jill Evyn, Louis C. Oberlander, Matt O’Neill
So muses Woody Allen, in the character of a worker named Boris, toward the start of “Love and Death.” The citation serves as an outline of the film’s methodology, which is to compare genuine matters with a lively comic rebellion. Now and then that is only an instance of setting up a foreboding circumstance and assaulting it with a punch line, yet Allen much of the time figures out how to make his point outwardly, and “Love and Death” is his most aggressive try different things with the comic conceivable outcomes of film.
This shouldn’t imply that Woody isn’t in any case to a great extent a verbal comic, since he is, and one of the film’s running muffles is a relentless open deliberation about the philosophical and good decisions offered the characters every step of the way.