‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’ Movie Review: It’s Art, Man

Broken Hearts Gallery they received a play in September when theaters reopened. If you didn’t get a chance to see it then, the movie is now on DVD, Blu-ray and digital. It is a romantic comedy full of emotion that is a good vehicle for Geraldine Viswanathan and the standout supporting the team.

Broken Hearts Gallery: Geraldine Viswanathan
Geraldine Viswanathan | George Kraychyk / Columbia TriStar

Construction of ‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’

Like the beginnings of many romantic comedies, Lucy (Viswanathan) is dumped by Max (Utkarsh Ambudkar) at the beginning Broken Hearts Gallery. On the way home, Lucy misses Nick’s (Dacre Montgomery) car for Lyft. They keep getting into each other in New York.

Blu-ray Broken Hearts Gallery
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Lucy also has two roommates, Amanda (Molly Gordon) and Nadine (Phillipa Soo). Together, they are three. They have the feast but also individuals.

Writer / director Natalie Krinsky fills in Broken Hearts Gallery with one-off stories of engaging humor and / or true heart, sometimes both at the same time. All the while, she serves her lead and supports characters with satisfying arcs in a good-feeling romance with plenty of laughter.

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