‘My Love: Six Stories of True Love’ Review: A Beautiful, Tender Look at Lives Spent at Each Other’s Side

‘My Love: Six Stories of True Love’ Review: A Beautiful, Tender Look at Lives Spent at Each Other’s Side
One of the quickest ways to get to know someone is to see how they fill their days. What separates “My Love: Six Stories of True Love” from most other single-subject documentary projects is the way it zeroes in on what makes up a typical day in the life of a stranger. Told across the globe and concentrating on a half-dozen couples, “My Love” offers more than just a collection of anecdotes. It’s a living history; a celebration of an emotion that exists in more forms that any one set of stories could possibly hold.

These couples — located in the United States, Spain, Japan, South Korea, Brazil, and India — have all been together for more than 40 years. The connective familiarity that’s common to all of them is also present in Moyoung Jin’s 2013 film “My Love, Don’t Cross That River,” which chronicled a Korean couple whose marriage
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