And as I grew up I realized that life is nothing like that. I believed in it when I was a kid, but again, all my ideas about love kind of came from movies and fairy tales. We were wondering if we could ask you some questions. , real life comedian Charlyne Yi proclaims to not believe in love and goes on the road with her director, Nick Jasenovic (played by Jake Johnson) to see if she can find out what love is or if it exists at all.Charlyne interviews divorcees, high school sweethearts, romance novelists, doctors, and biology professors on the subject of love, some of their stories receiving an amusing paper cut out reenactment to illustrate the stories as they are being told. So you say you don't believe in love now, but have you always felt that way? But then I realized that was only because he was on drugs. We're making a documentary about Charlyne and love.
However, rather than bounce back and forth between the two it would probably be best for the viewer to think of it all as a documentary and separate the fiction later.
The mixture of documentary and fiction makes this a difficult film to review, mainly because the fiction part is filmed as though it were a documentary and director Jasenovic does an incredible job of blending this seamlessly into the real documentary.
The viewer will sense what is documentary and what is fiction, but they will always be fighting the feeling that it is all a documentary because the two sides are so entwined around each other.
His shoots kept them apart for long stretches of time- and it didn’t help that Michael, 21, has become a bit of a heart-throb.
“He’s been with her since before he was super-famous, and now all these girls fawn all over him,” says the source.