comedy, Derek Ramsay, feminism, film review, kean cipriano, Kiray Celis, Love is Blind, Movie review, philippines, regal films, romance, romcom, Solenn Heussaff
By Heinrich Domingo
It is a shame to see a capable cast acting in a ridiculous plot. Derek Ramsay and Kiray Celis’ outstanding performance seems ill-fitting on a hastily sewed story. While Love is Blind lectures the crowd on loving outside physical appearance, it stereotypes farmers as poor and laid-back and artists as hipsters and unattractive. It is a film that assumes the role of being progressive while encouraging that there is a single definition of beauty. Irony and hypocrisy became this movie’s theme.