Check out some of the relationship movies at SF IndieFest, some romantic, others intensely personal.
Michael Maxxis
A prophetic young dishwasher with brain-damage and a homeless prostitute are brought together through obscene circumstances and embark on a perverse journey through the gutter.
Adrian Martinez
Gilbert Gonzalez is a portrait of loneliness as he tries to connect with inaccessible women by taking surreptitious pictures of them with his cellphone. But after meeting Jana, Gilbert realizes the price of real love and true human connection. But is he able to pay it?
Daria Nazarova
Claire has everything - money, a loving husband and a desired child. But suddenly her life changes. Doubts and lies bring her to the edge of insanity.
Philip Harder
Twenty-two and unsure on where he is heading in life, college graduate Billy Mitchell finds his plans changing when he falls in love with an inmate with multiple personalities at his father's mental institution.
Niav Conty
It can be brutal enough just growing up a girl. Then add poverty, addiction, and God to the mix. SMALL TIME takes an empathetic and at times darkly humorous look at life, faith, and childhood. 

Talia Lugacy
THIS IS NOT A WAR STORY tracks a ragtag group of combat veterans in New York whose anti-war art, poetry and papermaking keep them together, despite the spectre of their friend’s suicide and the ever-crystalizing fact that healing from war is sometimes an impossible mission.
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