Official 2016 Movie Trailer, News and Updates

Category: Reviews

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The Ladies and the Tramp

February 12, 2016/News/0 Comments

Cinemablographer says:

“Portrait of a Serial Monogamist is a love letter to The 6—if not pornographically so—with its emphasis on distinct flavours and minor details that make people fall in love with the city.”

Cinemablographer Review

Toronto Film Scene Interview and Review

February 12, 2016/News/0 Comments

Toronto Film Scene says:

“It’s a simple and unusual device, but by addressing the audience directly, the film becomes more than a simple collaboration between the two filmmakers. Mitchell and Zeidler bring the audience in on the joke and allow us to be part of the collaboration as well.”

Full Interview and Review

#NOW: Portrait of a Serial Monogamist

February 11, 2016/News/0 Comments

Decompoz Magazine says:

“The movie puts a sexy and funny twist to modern relationships’ unrealistic expectations and the need for instant gratification.”

Decompoz Magazine Review

The Mercury Entertainment DVD Roundup

February 11, 2016/News/0 Comments

The Mercury Entertainment says:

“The humor comes fast and furious in this Toronto-set rom com which pokes gentle fun at Elsie’s mid-life crisis.”

The Mercury Entertainment DVD Roundup

10 Romantic Movies for Valentine’s Day

February 10, 2016/News/0 Comments

Courier Post Online says:

“The humor comes fast and furious in this Toronto-set rom-com, which pokes gentle fun at Elsie’s midlife crisis.”

Courier Post Online Review

Wylie Writes Review

February 10, 2016/News/0 Comments

Wylie Writes says:

“Portrait of a Serial Monogamist, so far, is the best Canadian indie of the new year. Filmmakers John Mitchell and Christina Zeidler have co-wrote and co-directed an identifiable and balanced film about stalled romance.”

Wylie Writes review

Tagg Magazine Review & Interview

February 9, 2016/News/0 Comments

Tagg Magazine Review & Interview

Jade Salazar says:

“Portrait of A Serial Monogamist uses many natives to the Toronto art and comedy scene to create a beautiful picture of relationships, tough decisions and moments of self-actualization that many of us can truly relate to.”

Full Interview and Review