MODERN LOVE : Heartfelt Stories of Life

Modern Love – Heartfelt Stories of Life.. Stories that make you laugh, cry, feel, breathe, fly, break away


I have this theory that a relationship is kind of like a rocket, and you’re trying to get it into space. And all you need is enough fuel to get you out of Earth’s atmosphere, and then it will keep going, no matter what you throw at it, in the, in the direction it was launched.

– Joshua | When Cupid Is a Prying Journalist (Ep 2)


You can’t show only one part of yourself to someone.

– Lexi | Take Me as I Am, Whoever I Am (Ep 3)


Old love is different. More realistic maybe. Old love is different, yet, it is also the same. Because Ken and I did everything that young people do. We fell in love, we traveled, we remodeled a house together, we planted a garden, I finished a memoir, he called me sweetheart.

– Margot | The Race Grows Sweeter Near Its Final Lap (Ep 8)


And houses make me feel claustrophobic. I think they’re a trap we build for ourselves, like cars and smartphones. Things we think make us smarter but actually make us more dumb.

– Karla | Hers Was a World of One (Ep 7)


I was never looking at the man, Maggie, I was looking at your eyes.

– Guzmin | When the Doorman Is Your Main Man (Ep 1)


Why this need to make strangers fall in love with me?

– Yasmine | At the Hospital, an Interlude of Clarity (Ep 5)


He smelled like wine and oranges and dependability.

– Maddy | So He Looked Like Dad. It Was Just Dinner, Right? (Ep 6)


If I could go back and change any of that, I would. But I can’t. But you are right, and I am sorry. I am really sorry.

– Dennis | Rallying to Keep the Game Alive (Ep 4)


MODERN LOVE | Beautiful stories of life | Writing at its warm, cosy and feel good best | Sensitive. Emotional. Heartfelt.

Drop everything else and watch right now | Hope there are more seasons | Now playing on Amazon Prime Video.

PS: My order of liking the stories by episode number (most to least) – 4, 7, 3, 2, 1, 8, 6, 5

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