Monkey Love

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From director Mark Stratton and screenwriter Dave Eisenstark comes Monkey Love, an independent romantic comedy set in Los Angeles. The film centers on three friends, Amy Amy Stewart, Dil Jeremy Renner, and Aaron Seamus Dever. The trio have been best friends for years, with each of their very different personalities complimenting the other. But now in their college years, a wrench is thrown into the gears of their friendship. It seems that Amy suddenly begins to have romantic feelings. To make matters worse she ...
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From director Mark Stratton and screenwriter Dave Eisenstark comes Monkey Love, an independent romantic comedy set in Los Angeles. The film centers on three friends, Amy Amy Stewart, Dil Jeremy Renner, and Aaron Seamus Dever. The trio have been best friends for years, with each of their very different personalities complimenting the other. But now in their college years, a wrench is thrown into the gears of their friendship. It seems that Amy suddenly begins to have romantic feelings. To make matters worse she seems to be falling for not one, but both of her male pals. Monkey Love premiered at the 2002 Seattle International Film Festival.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/26/2005
  • UPC: 783722727829
  • Original Release: 2002
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  • Source: Allumination
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Amy Stewart , Amy
Jeremy Renner , Dil
Seamus Dever , Aaron
Neala Cohen
Mary Margaret Robinson
Jesse Vint
Oleg Vodov
Marion Calvert
Eve Brenner
William Sanderson
Woong-ki Min
Technical Credits
Mark Stratton Director, Co-producer
Lois Becker Associate Producer
Thomas Chan Sound/Sound Designer
Matthew Detter Asst. Director
Dave Eisenstark Screenwriter
Marlene Hajdu Score Composer
Lisa J. Hancock Editor
Geno Havens Casting
Jinho Kim Cinematographer
Ho-Jong Lee Executive Producer
Richard B. Lewis Production Designer
Greg Morgan Producer
Carmen Munoz Costumes/Costume Designer
David Nagy Co-producer
Mary Margaret Robinson Co-producer
David Swift Editor, Sound/Sound Designer
Kenji Thielstrom Associate Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. The Story of Men [11:42]
2. Hatching the Plan [9:48]
3. Aaron's Girlfriend [13:06]
4. Vow of Celibacy [11:01]
5. Fleshy Delight [11:15]
6. Sweet Ride [9:08]
7. Meaningless Incidents [10:59]
8. Falling in Love [15:52]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play
   Scene Selection
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      Monkey Love
      The Beat
      Sorted
      Daddy Who?
   Settings
      Dolby Digital Stereo
      Dolby Digital 5.1
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I liked it...especially the music!

    The obvious flaws of shooting a movie in DV not withstanding, Monkey Love still manages to compel you onwards, even if it seems insignificant and trite, and perhaps a tad contrived with the "bored college kids with nothing to do except think of their urges" approach. What really keeps the movie going is Amys narraration thruout, guiding you thru the different phases of her relationship dilemmas, coupled with well thought out music during each section. (One highlight is when Amy, feeling shes ruined her friendship with her two male cohorts, seeks "spiritual enlightenment" with some half-baked self-styled guru, who proclaims his soul-mate connection with her while simultaneously stating he's taken a vow of celibacy ,as the lyrically appropriate "Who Says", a song by Robert Kramer, plays in the background as if to drive home the point.) Other clever uses of music for feel is in the latin tinged opening song, and lonely twang as Amy roams the dark city streets in search of "Monkey Love". Jeremy Renner, who was downright spooky in "Dahmer", is totally believable as a young, testosterone-driven male who at first, writes off Amys advances as nothing more than sex play, but later, finds out there is something a bit more meaningful lurking beneath the surface between the both of them. Overall, good script, nice music, and good acting make Monkey Love a recommended, if somewhat longer than necessary pleasant diversion.

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