Love at First Stream – Movie Review
Director: Cathy Garcia-Molina
Writer: Kookai Labayen, Isabella Policarpio, Ella A Palileo, Cathey Garcia-Molina (Screenplay)
- Daniela Stranner
- Kaori Oinuma
- Anthony Jennings
- Jeremiah Lisbo
- Agot Isidro
Plot: Love at First Stream follows the stories of a streamer, a student, a breadwinner, and a heartthrob as they explore love and friendships online to escape their realities offline.
Runtime: 1 Hour 50 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Love at First Stream starts as the young streamers V (Stranner) and Megumi (Oinuma) are craving the success, which sees them start to take off. V finds success in a strange meeting with Tupe (Jennings) despite him not being in the same universe.
As V continues to crave more attention, she joins a dating stream where she meets Gino (Lisbo). This sees her winning and being thrown deeper into the spotlight as the deeper message about finding more in life happens.
Verdict on Love at First Stream
Love at First Stream is a young love romantic comedy that dives into the modern obsession with social media instead of experiencing life. The romances we see are shown between the two worlds, one the audience wants to happen compared to the ones that the streamers want.
It is a great reflection on modern life and love. Putting a firm spotlight on what is being missed in front of your own eyes. It is kept in a fun tone all the way through and is filled with strong performances throughout.
Where to Watch: Love at First Stream is available on Netflix.
Final Thoughts –Love at First Stream is a fun little rom com.