Nick Schager Reviews Modern Love Is Automatic

Irony drips off the title of Modern Love Is Automatic, since, despite the mechanically detached demeanor of its protagonist, Zach Clark’s film posits a world in which finding and maintaining amour is anything but routine. Nurse Lorraine (Melodie Sisk) slogs through days listening to a co-worker blather on about her engagement and honeymoon, and spends her nights shying away from the advances of her uninteresting, horny boyfriend. As with virtually everything that occurs in her monotonous existence, Lorraine can barely muster a response when she catches her beau in bed with another woman, or when she is subsequently compelled to room with Adrian (Maggie Ross), an overly cheery nitwit who, having just finished at the top of her rinky-dink modeling-school class, winds up working at a store where pseudo strippers peddle mattresses with their bodies.

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