‘Love Spreads’: Eiza González & Alia Shawkat Consider What’s Worth Sacrificing To Make A Great Album [Tribeca Review]

‘Love Spreads’: Eiza González & Alia Shawkat Consider What’s Worth Sacrificing To Make A Great Album [Tribeca Review]
It is tempting and totally incorrect to put Jamie Adams’ “Love Spreads” on a shelf next to Alex Ross Perry’s “Her Smell”: Both films center on petty, personal rifts expanding between members of all-women rock bands, and the former at first appears, like the latter, concerned with toxic lead singers cursed with too much ego after tasting success. But “Love Spreads” is about early success, the success that sets a band up for album number two, and all the pressure that comes from outputting a hit record and being expected to make another; characters act monstrously toward one another, yes, but the film is not a character study.

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