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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