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Love Me is a character-driven narrative that follows lonely men on their quest for love through the
modern 'mail-order bride' industry in Ukraine. The film highlights the complete process of finding a
partner in a foreign land, showing both the Western male and Ukrainian female perspectives. From
Ukraine to Australia and from Bali to the United States, each character?s actions are based in his or her
longing and need for something more. Each person?s story weaves together the stereotypes, myths
and realities that surround the ?Mail-Order Bride? industry.

One may ask, can two individuals truly find love and companionship through International Marriage
Brokers? Or is the mail-order bride industry just a hoax designed to prey on people's desperation? While topical issues will be highlighted by numerous accounts, the primary purpose of this film is to
partake on this epic journey with these real-life men and women, and to show the much deeper,
human story that is all too often overlooked. Love Me is a documentary about people looking for
marriage and companionship in an unconventional way. Tracking the matchmaking journey of several
individuals, this story documents the desires, hopes, successes and failures of international, digitalage
romances.

For more info and trailer visits  lovemedocumentary.com and enter to win a free tour.
Release on netflix  February 10th, now taking pre orders


MAIN CREDITS:
DIRECTOR:                JONATHON NARDUCCI
PRODUCERS:      JON BARLOW
                          JONATHON NARDUCCI
EDITOR:                  CAROL MARTORI
CO-PRODUCER:    DELANEY NARDUCCI
COMPOSER:                BRAD DUJMOVIC
SOUND DESIGN:   EDDIE KIM

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Re: Loveme the Documentary, a journey of men looking for love abroad.
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2015, 07:17:57 PM »
Right on, man. I gave the site a look and it could be interesting. Didn't check out the promo vid yet. But I dig documentaries. Netflix is a haven for overlooked, under-reported stuff like this. Any idea if it will be on Netflix? Otherwise, I'd presume the exposure is gonna be limited.

 

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