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Top Pick Love Stories for the Modern Love Podcast

In a recent episode of The New York Times’s Modern Love podcast, film critic Alissa Wilkinson delves into the idea that movies are ultimately about relationships, regardless of the action on screen. She highlights how some romantic relationships in movies often rely on old tropes, such as the long-suffering wife of an ex-cop. However, this year’s Oscar-nominated films provide fresher perspectives on love, challenging conventional notions of human connection.

In discussion with host Anna Martin, Alissa explores the themes of unconventional and complex relationships portrayed in three of this year’s Oscar-nominated films: “Poor Things,” “Maestro,” and “Past Lives.” These films offer nuanced portrayals of love that push viewers to reconsider their understanding of human relationships in a thought-provoking way.

The Modern Love podcast, hosted by Anna Martin, is produced by a team of individuals and features original music. Viewers can access transcripts of episodes on the show’s website and engage with the hosts via email to share their thoughts.

Listeners interested in exploring more stories of love can read past articles, watch the TV series, and sign up for the newsletter. Additionally, the show offers merchandise at the NYT Store and has published two books, “Modern Love: True Stories of Love, Loss, and Redemption” and “Tiny Love Stories: True Tales of Love in 100 Words or Less.”

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