“Love” begins with its ostensible couple, Mickey (Gillian Jacobs) and Gus (co-creator Rust), in relationships with other people.

Mickey is in an on-again, off-again romance with a coke addict, and she makes poor life, dietary, and wardrobe decisions while taking Ambien.

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You might also recognized Charlyne Yi from the Will Ferrell movie Semi-Pro, in which she played Wheelchair Jody.

She's also appeared in Knocked Up and Cloverfield.

Later that night, Mickey ends up at a self-help seminar on love that an ex invited her to and confesses to the crowd, “Hoping for love has (expletive) ruined by life.” Thirtysomethings Gus and Mickey have been in toxic relationships, but they conveniently blame their predicaments on popular culture — movies and songs that promote easy love and happy endings.

Neither of them look deeper into themselves or try to deal with anything difficult when it happens.

Charlyne interviews divorcees, high school sweethearts, romance novelists, doctors, and biology professors on the subject of love, some of their stories receiving an amusing paper cut out reenactment to illustrate the stories as they are being told.

A fictional romance for Charlyne begins to brew as she meets actor Michael Cera.

The viewer will sense what is documentary and what is fiction, but they will always be fighting the feeling that it is all a documentary because the two sides are so entwined around each other.

There is actually some truth to Yi and Cera’s relationship as they were dating before filming began.

At the time of their break-up, Charlyne and Michael's relationship was rumored to have fallen victim to...

Read Full Story Star magazine is reporting that Michael Cera has broken up with his Paper Heart costar and girlfriend of three years, Charlyne Yi.

However, rather than bounce back and forth between the two it would probably be best for the viewer to think of it all as a documentary and separate the fiction later.