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Spend Some Time at the ‘Broken Hearts Gallery’ [AWFJ Review]

Photo: George Kraychyk/Columbia Tristar

The Broken Hearts Gallery is a new rom-com for the brokenhearted—let this movie help you heal and figure out what’s next. idobi’s Chief Creative Officer & CMO Sherin Nicole wrote a review for the Alliance of Women Film Journalists (AWFJ) that nails the film and dives into the highs and lows of it. Catch The Broken Hearts Gallery in theaters now—but not before reading Sherin’s review:


The Broken Hearts Gallery has an adorable set up. We meet three best friends, in a high school bedroom, sorting through the remains of a dead relationship. The banter is witty and fresh. The actresses, Geraldine Viswanathan, Phillipa Soo, and Molly Gordon, sparkle. And the premise is inventive—built on a young woman who memorializes relationships via quirky keepsakes: retainers, used Solo cups, doorknobs, neckties, and a collection of chachkies that would impress several grandmas…

Read Sherin’s full review on AWFJ!


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