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Film Review - Unlovable


“Unlovable” takes on the subject of sex addiction, with star Charlene deGuzman pouring her own life experiences into the screenplay (Mark Duplass and Sarah Adina Smith share credit). It’s not an easy illness to dramatize, and while deGuzman tries to create an approachable film, she’s not willing to discount the darker aspects of the life. “Unlovable” has its quirkiness and mild levity, but director Suzi Yoonessi attempts to retain as much reality as possible, giving the endeavor welcome grit and ache, striving to be as respectful to the steps of recovery as possible. It doesn’t always make for an easy sit, but there’s behavioral clarity in “Unlovable” that’s uncommon, giving viewers a full sense of internal confusion and social battles.  Read the rest at


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