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EXPLORING LOVE


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  • Actors: Matthew Pearson, JeanPaul SanPredo, Kristia Knowles, Katherine Newcomer, Ashley Noel
  • Directors: BRENT BAMBIC
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Studio: Vanguard
  • DVD Release Date: May 18, 2009
  • Run Time: 105 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002A9JXN4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #782,908 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Sean Parker (Pearson) is in an emotional rut and finding true love is his goal. His good friend Suzy (Knowles), suggests he start to reach his goal by opening his heart to his estranged father. Sean runs a modeling agency with his business partner Bastian, and they have their pick at beautiful girls every day. However, Sean wants something serious while Bastian is content on having a good time. In the business it is easy to date beautiful girls, finding true love is so much harder. After several attempts at serious relationships Sean either finds girls unable to commit, with their personal gain agenda or Sean finds himself unable to commit. It leads him down a spiritual path which ultimately opens his heart and mind, leading to a greater understanding of himself. Ultimately he is challenged to confront his deepest fears and to his surprise, it may hold the key to his quest for love.

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I stumbled across this movie while waiting on the phone to cancel my subscription to Real Superpass which I almost never look at. It turned out that somehow I had three subscriptions to Rhapsody and that my Superpass doesn't expire until next year. While the rep was trying to get all this straight, I clicked on this movie because it was prominently displayed and I wanted to see if I could indeed watch a movie for free. At first, I couldn't get the sound to work, but starting it over cured that. Then the video (but not the sound) stopped. Somehow by restarting and moving the cursor, that was fixed. The video was supposed to be "high" something instead of "low", but the clarity was akin to my taking off my glasses while watching TV.
I imagined that the movie would be a romantic comedy. Nope. "Exploring Love" has invented a new genre = extremely low-key, plotless, pseudo-deep mopey dopiness with pretty people in badly shot Miami. The hero, Sean (played by no one I had ever heard of - ditto all the other roles) is a good looking, former model, who with his best friend, Sebastian, a Hispanic of indistinct origin, runs a model agency, Magnet, that seems to have only one other employee. He beds beautiful young women all the time - they practically throw themselves at him. Enough of a fantasy to keep me watching. Nothing explicit or close to it is shown. Sean is approaching 30, and he feels "empty" inside - he wants a relationship. He is estranged from his mother, who is in NYC, and his father who "abandoned" the family when Sean was little; the father had had an affair and the mother hustled Sean off to Australia. Sean hasn't seen the father since then. Sean does not seem to have had any education, but he is into religion, and occasionally talks with God. Things like, "It's up to you, God.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Book House on May 5, 2011
Format: DVD
I have recently seen this movie for the first time. Mathew Pearson and Jeanpaul Sanpedro are real men, dealing with real men's issues. It's hard to find this topic being explored on film anywhere--and in a way that does it justice, but this topic could have been done better. The acting is not the high point. The main characters appear to be hungering for a deeper connection and epitomize the modern American dating dilemma: is anyone really "authentic" anymore? The film, however, has captured the zeitgeist of changing views on human sexuality, where people are drifting back and forth between what they think they want and what they know they need.
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By N. Prince on March 20, 2013
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People talk about its quality but I thought that was part of its charm. I have watched this over and over. I fell in love with the subject matter. He was looking for love, but he didn't let the gender divide get in the way of his search. The moment leading up to and after are my favorite parts. I will say that the best friend's stint w/ drugs seemed a bit unreal..
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