Love Dot Com: The Social Experiment, a romantic comedy that was filmed in Washington, D.C., hit Netflix two weeks ago.
“What seems like a happy accident in the grocery store leads to a perfect ‘opposites attract’ relationship that runs into issues of unfinished business and different priorities,” says the movie’s plot summary on IMDB, which rated it 4.2/10.
Co-written and directed by D.C.-based filmmaker Charneice Fox, and produced by D.C. native Michelle Lopez, Love Dot Com starts a conversation on online dating, urban development, and social justice in our rapidly evolving city.
It stars Brave Williams who plays Shelby Quinn, a vegan chef working to uplift her gentrifying community living in the District, and Tobias Truvillion (playing Greg Jeffries), a successful business developer who is a partner at the real estate firm which buys Shelby’s apartment building.
— angie goff (@OhMyGOFF) March 5, 2020
The other characters are played by Lisa Raye McCoy, Kym Whitley, Charles Malik Whitfield, Raheem DeVaughn, and Wes Felton.
love dot com on @netflix opening with a black man and woman doing yoga… the narrative is definitely changing! ????????
— A RECOVERING SHALLOW BREATHER (the BIG spoon) (@TheArtsyYogi) March 5, 2020