Kathy Luu and Damien Sato in Rhapsody of Love (2021)
Rhapsody of Love (2021) Joy House Productions & Indivisual Films

Film Victoria, City of Melbourne and ACMI present

Rhapsody of Love

Joy Hopwood | Australia | | PG
Film

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Premiering at 2021’s Gold Coast Film Festival, the first Asian Australian rom-com, Rhapsody of Love, is a contemporary, modern love story. You never know when love will surprise you…

Rhapsody of Love follows the lives of four couples at different stages of their relationships and shows how sometimes life presents love when we least expect it. Events planner Jess meets photographer Justin at the wedding of her best friend Ben. Ben and Natasha are perfect for each other, but can they both support each other’s career aspirations? Then there’s Phil, always saying the wrong thing and looking for his next date.

Screens with music video 'Love Bind' by Lou’ana (dir. Anna Duckworth)

Format: DCP, Colour
Language: English
Courtesy: Joy House Productions & Indivisual Films
Duration: 92

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Duration

92 mins

Rating

PG

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Hoyts, Melbourne Central
Swanston St & La Trobe St

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