A young couple making love: So far so good. But what happens when the lovemaking is over? They trap themselves in a wave of misunderstandings and soon their fight gets serious.
What is love without conflict? That would be like chocolate for breakfast, chocolate for lunch and again, chocolate for dinner. No matter how much you love chocolate, at some point you would be sick of it. Love needs conflict. Or else it will die of overabundance. Or, let us say this: If love nourishes our souls, then conflict exercises our muscles. And that is why lovers always find new ways to start an argument. How else could they reclaim their love over and over again? This odd balancing game between attraction and rejection is something we all know too well. And we all suffer through it time and time again. “Loveloop” hits the spots that we know to hurt the most.