In 1958 in Virginia interracial marriage is not just immoral, it was illegal. Then interracial marriages were treated negatively 96% of the US population. But Richard fell in love with Mildred, despite the judgmental looks and stinging words, which they threw after him. In Washington they were able to marry, but that was not the end. Night in their bedroom burst into the Sheriff with his assistants and showed the couple the prosecution. Richard and Mildred decided to fight for their love till the end and reached the Supreme court. For the right to love each other, they had to go through hell. "We can lose the battle but we will win the war," said Mildred. The war was won in 1967, when across the country, interracial marriage was legalized.

  • Jeff Nichols

Release Date: 2016-11-04
IMDb icon 7/10
  • Country: GB, US
  • Language: English
  • Runtime: 2h:03m
  • Budget: $9,000,000
  • Revenue: $7,696,098
Ami Hescock
10 October 2017 | 09:10

The film is about racial segregation in the U.S., which the creators themselves describe as is apolitical. In many ways, this characterization is identical to what he saw on the screen. In contrast the recent film Selma, where the segregation presented in a wider aspect, here the emphasis is on human emotions and the reaction of the spouses have inside the situation. Even the authorities of Virginia, which are the antagonist of the story, presented on the most part impersonal without a direct invasion of the thoughts of the characters. Their experiences — it is rather a consequence of their own deeply personal reaction to the world and link one friend.

What the basis of history is the fate of real people for almost a decade defends own beliefs, confers emotional acuity. The issue of historical accuracy is always the case, but here the story is so personal and tied more on the relationship of the characters than on the judicial twists and turns, which often are in frame they are given a value more than situational. After watching interest leads to a full story spouses Living of the open sources — in for a better understanding of the theme of racial segregation in the United States. If the movie "the Maid" plays with the theme of common and separate toilets, then here to two spouses simultaneously is forbidden in one state, not that in the room.

When the total drama stories in the movie "Loving" and the reflection of a difficult era, this is very beautiful movie. The atmosphere of the American South, known for other works submitted just enough so that in her time of viewing, I believe. A palette of warm shades nicely complement the romantic component and the relationship of the two main characters. To the way, that they attract maximum attention — the second plan have a film fact invisible. Joel Edgerton portrayed the apathetic, but the devotee of his love a man who is willing to go to split imposed on others opinion. It is not the best role of an actor, but worthy replenishment of the record.

7 out of 10

Paula Gerladina
29 January 2017 | 12:25

The film directed by Jeff Nichols is highly ambiguous, after the questionable "Midnight release/Midnight Special" hope to worthy in every sense of the word, the movie disappeared. But after the announcement of nominees on "Oscar" it appeared. No, not always I agree with the selection of nominees for the critics, but always look at the picture presented in this receiving prestigious awards in the world of cinema.

This story is about how in modern society are outdated laws. The story of a couple of different nationalities who came to love each other with all your heart and brings together this love in marriage. But that makes this story is unusual, so is that their home state has a law prohibiting the merging of blood and put a couple in a tough choice.

Many times I used the word "history" because it in literally the story of two real people, what happened with them in 1958 Virginia.

The picture is simple, it is talking about ordinary people, with whom there was such failure, if so can say. The film is smooth, uniform and not intermittent, Hello "Law night". Very emotional and touching movie, makes to make that many years after the abolition of the law of slavery, not lost to end the perception that people are not equal. The echoes of slave laws are present in today.

In addition, one of the main film — this is the theme of family and marriage, the fundamental unit of society and the state. All have the right to marriage and create a family, regardless of anything. History, among other things, talks about the violation of human rights and destruction of the institution of the family, and also change of the Constitution, the basic law.

Awesome picture, landscapes and every detail the frame is pleasing to the eye. Without the pathos and bombast, the atmosphere of humility.

The choice on the role of Ruth Nuggi and Joel Edgerton the perfect solution the creators of the film, as they played well that is any of the reality of what is happening in General and with them. Very sorry Joel Edgerton as not represented among the nominees for the award, he played so of course, as if the events occurring in film was really him.

If You like social dramas, this movie is for You.

Of 9 10

Norine Etta
29 January 2017 | 10:25

We all equal this is an immutable truth. I come from this agreement. However, different filling film films on this topic ridden to death. I want something new, fresh, that haven't been discussed. With that in mind that I sat to watch this film.

The film is based on real events, and I thought the viewer together with the main characters well-worn on the courts, forced to feel the hatred smell, the smell of injustice. But what was my surprise when most of the screen time, I watched the everyday life of a happy family.

Yes, it is happy. When my husband is indeed the breadwinner and safety wife — a faithful homemaker. When respect and most importantly — love. When the slightest discomfort wife reflected on the husband, and he is ready to move mountains, if only to rectify the situation. When your house — your fortress. When you do not need many words to understand each other. When the wife — neck and man — head. When the wife is utterly feminine, and husband — a real support and strong shoulder. A lot of families you saw of our time? I would such relations and fought for any of the rights to him in happiness.

The film is valuable because it gives us outside the canvas through the internal. Explains the General through the personal. And this is definitely it is a huge plus. It is impossible not to empathize with such a harmonious, such a real, such a strong family.

Ruth Negga very natural in her role, she as if the whole life was Mildred Loving. But Joel Edgerton struck a lot more. Remember him after the role of the teacher-boxer in"the fighter." But here he is different. This dialect with a defect, always gloomy face — a real hard worker. And his Richard has changed, when he saw his wife... How it warmed my eyes. A concern for family — it's there in every gesture and movement. Very sorry that not was nominated.

Despite the specifics of the film, first love. Even the name of the characters (which is in fact real people, the story is real) said in favor of this fact. I personally found at this sample of relationships in the family, example of a family close to the ideal for my understanding.

To evaluate something dignity often we can, only having lost or under threat of loss. Not wait for those moments, you appreciate your family now! I hope the family of Livingof you this will help.

8 from 10

How long is Loving?
How much has Loving made?
Commercial tv-show fees worldwide today are $7,696,098.
How much did it cost to make Loving?
According to various sources, the cost of producing the tv-show was at least $9,000,000.
Who is the director of the movie Loving?
This tv-show was directed by Jeff Nichols.
What is the genre of Loving?
The tv-show belongs to the genres of Drama, Biography, Romance, Best Drama Movies 2016, Best Family Movies 2016.
Who starred in Loving?
Many famous actors starred in this tv-show, here are the names of the most famous: Ruth Negga, Joel Edgerton, Terri Abney, Alano Miller, Chris Greene.
What is Loving IMDB Ranking?
At the moment, the rating is 7.
When was Loving released?
The start date for this tv-show on USA TV is 2016-11-04.