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Runtime: 93 Mins
Classsification: M
Sex scene, sexual references and coarse language
In cinemas:
6 December 2012

Love Story

Florian Habicht, Frank Habicht, he People of New York City, Masha Yakovenko

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Florian Habicht’s romantic comedy, written on the streets of New York, has been a hit with audiences and critics alike around the world. Love Story begins in New York when Florian meets a mysterious woman holding a piece of cake at a train station. Cutting to vox-pop interviews, Habicht asks complete strangers on the streets of New York what this could mean. With a resounding ‘cake means seduction’ coming from the people, Habicht relocates the woman (Masha Yakovenko, a Russian actress) and casts her opposite him in a unique take on the romantic comedy genre. The pair begins to act out a love story film, with the twist that each scene in the story is suggested by everyday people interviewed by Florian on the streets and cafes of New York.


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  • Florian Habicht .... Himself
  • Masha Yakovenko .... Herself
  • Frank Habicht
  • he People of New York City
  • Florian Habicht .... Director
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    • Studios and distributors: Sharmill Films