The main two emotion we wanted to instill in the hearts our audience (viewers) through this movie is romance and loneliness. A balanced combination of these two makes the viewers emotionally attached to the movie. It’s an effort to portray the inner and outer transformation of two lonely individuals. Every viewer should be able to relate himself or anyone they know with similar circumstances in life with the characters in this movie.
Mike, the male lead undergoes a big transformation from being rude and stubborn to pleasant and lovable. With Roxy’s companionship and Alice’s love Mike is enjoying everything around him boundlessly.
Books play an important role in this movie. “The Forty Rules of Love” by Elif Shafak is used as the main prop as the male lead in the movie is a journalist and a writer.
Sometimes we wonder, about the reason of attachment and love between two individuals. In this movie, two lonely souls find each other through similar interests. Roxy and Max, play an important role in finding their masters love for each other.
Music and background score is done by Stephanie Ratcliff and the immersive visuals are captured by veteran cinematographer Jay Vincent ISC.
An extraordinary love story of two senior citizens – Mike and Alice. Mike is a 70-year-old writer who loves to spend most of his time with books.Alice is a dog trainer, who is passionate about dogs. One day Mike, a 70-year-old single guy, approaches Alice to train his pet, ‘Roxy’. The kindred spirits were drawn to each other and their love blossomed. In a strange coincidence, Max found love in ‘Roxy’, Mike’s pet. Two lonely souls found joy and love in each other’s company, and even their companions fell in love, making this movie unique and endearing. Mike and Alice rediscovered the joy of life, the sun shined brighter, the grass grew greener and the love all around made their life even more beautiful. Gone were the dull, lonely days and life turned into a gilded dream. Welcome to the beautiful, alluring world of “The Unconditional Love”