It’s honestly not often that a documentaries garner such acclaim and positive feedback. Particularly from mainstream and reputable press outlets like The Observer, film magazine ‘Empire’and The Times. However, open and frank documentary ‘Looking For Love’ has done just that.
“From eye-opening to jaw dropping…Ordinary tales tell the greatest truths”
Mark Kermode, The Observer
“Paints a fascinating and entertaining picture”
Kat Halstead, Empire
“Forthright and frequently filthy” Kat Halstead, Empire
Wendy Ide, The Times
“Stays with us long after we have left the cinema”
Ronke Lawal, Afridiziak
In this in detailed and insightful documentary Director/Producer Menelik Shabazz looks at the deep subject matter of the fact that no matter how advanced we become as human beings; delving into the world of technology; particularly with the rapid growth and development of social media, we are in fact more out of touch and more prey to feeling depression and intense loneliness than ever before.
Shabazz takes a deeper look into relationships within the UK’s black community and speaks with a wide array of mental health professionals and comedians (including Eddie Kadi and Slim) who give their perceptions on black love and relationships in the 21st century. What makes this documentary that more significant is that it intertwines the detailed commentary of the guests with music and performance.
‘Looking For Love’ is a definitely a must watch for those who are intrigued with black love and experience in modern times.
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W| By Sasha Shantel @SashaShantelVIP