LOVE AND HUMAN REMAINS is a dark expose of twenty-something alienation, adapted from Brad Fraser's stage play "Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love. Denys Arcand's film effectively evokes its characters' feelings of rootlessness and restlessness, but is ultimately
unfulfilling as a sociological portrait of modern urban life in crisis.
LOVE AND HUMAN REMAINS revolves around a circle of seven friends, one of whom is discovered to be a vicious serial killer. David (Thomas Gibson) is a handsome gay waiter and childhood TV sitcom star, who lives with his ex-girlfriend, Candy (Ruth Marshall). David is looking for love but terrified
of commitment. He...