November 1st, 2016



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Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple, are sentenced to prison in Virginia in 1958 for getting married.

Release Year: 2016

Rating: 6.6/10 (690 voted)

Critic's Score: 74/100

Director: Jeff Nichols

Stars: Ruth Negga, Joel Edgerton, Will Dalton

Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple, are sentenced to prison in Virginia in 1958 for getting married.

Ruth Negga - Mildred Loving
Joel Edgerton - Richard Loving
Will Dalton - Virgil
Dean Mumford - Drag Race Driver
Terri Abney - Garnet Jeter
Alano Miller - Raymond Green
Chris Greene - Percy Fortune (as Chris R. Greene)
Benjamin Booker - Shotgun Shack Musician #1
Justin Robinson - Shotgun Shack Musician #2
Dennis Williams - Shotgun Shack Musician #3
Keith Tyree - Bricklayer
Sharon Blackwood - Lola Loving
Rebecca Turner - Pregnant Girl
Christopher Mann - Theoliver Jeter
Mike Shiflett - Magistrate

Taglines: All love is created equal.


Official Website: Official site

Country: UK, USA

Language: English

Release Date: 4 November 2016

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Film also is shooting in Ashland Virginia on a farm and in Hopewell. They're not shooting in DC but instead are using parts of Richmond, Virginia for the DC scene. See more »


User Review


Rating: 8/10

Loving Review

Jeff Nicolas newest film centres around the true story of Richard and Mildred Richard, the couple that fought the supreme court to legalize interracial marriage. On the surface this story seems interesting but over done but the way Jeff Nicolas tells this story makes it incredibly unique. Instead of focusing on the big story about Civil Rights Nicolas focuses on the very personal story of Richard and Mildred. By bringing the story down to a very personal scale Nicolas told the story in a far more impacting and effective way. This movie isn't about a revolution or a grand battle this is truly a movie about two people being in love. The movie doesn't try to rant or preach it just tries to tell a human story. Ruth Negga shone in this movie. She gave an honest, and emotional performance that really made Mildred seem like a person instead of just a character. Acting against her or more accurately with her is Joel Egerton. The character of Richard is fall less emotional so therefor Joel has less opportunities to show off, instead Joel utilized the quiet moments with his character to give a strong performance. Together the pair creates a believable, balanced relationship that shows us they're in love instead of just telling us. The accents at first are distracting and can be hard to understand but as the movie continues the audience becomes more immersed in the world and it feels natural. The major issue with the movie is its repetition. Due to the nature of the story the movie hits similar points multiple times, by condensing the events the movie could have been more efficient.The movies greatest strength is it's characters. The characters never feel like roles in a movie, instead they feel like actual people. The movie shows us small yet very personal moments between the characters that really make them come to life. From simple glances to quiet laughs you really believe that these are humans with thoughts, feelings and emotion. Tis makes the audience care much more about their story and therefore become more invested in the movie. The soundtrack much like the movie is quiet yet effective. It gives the film a very distinct optimism to it. The camera work is gorgeous. It's ability to focus on details then go to sweeping landscape shots is very impressive.


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