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"Loveless," Reviewed

Whereas most men would refrain from approaching a woman he just saw pulling the hair of another in a bar, Andrew (Andrew von Urtz) walks towards her. It isn't the first clue in Ramin Serry's comedy "Loveless" that something is amiss about Andrew, though it is the clearest indication of what's kept him without obligations of any kind other than a desk job he hates as he nears middle age. He's also an aspiring filmmaker who uses the promise of his script to bait women into putting up with his advances and projects a certain urbaneness even if he's utterly unhip.

Like the two women who do find themselves attracted to Andrew during the course of "Loveless," one's appreciation of the film may hinge on your tolerance of its central character's dry wit and lack of ambition, not only since you're spending 96 minutes in his company, but from storytelling perspective,

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