Really Love: The New Age Love Story Celebrating Relationships And Self-Worth

We have got to give Netflix credits for bringing us feel-good moves and making us fall in love over and over again. Last Month, Netflix introduced another beautiful story, Really Love. Really Love celebrates black relationships and self-worth. It is written by Felicia Pride and directed by Angel Kristi Williams. This lively love story revolves around a struggling artist (Kofi Siriboe) and an ambitious law student (Yootha Wong-Loi-Sing).

This article will unfold everything you would possibly need to know about the movie. Before we get started why don’t you have a look at the trailer?

Plot of Really Love

At the point when Isaiah, an arising craftsman in the Washington, DC artistry scene, meets the charming Stevie, a law understudy at Georgetown, at his speciality show, there’s a moment of association. “Black people are uncommon and typical simultaneously,” she says while respecting one of his pieces. The second they share is brief yet has an enduring effect. Not long after this, they observe themselves be together again on a night out with mutual friends.

Devoured by insecurities and disappointment, Isaiah battles to earn enough to pay the rent as a painter. He has the crude ability yet comes up short on the concentration. Isaiah’s tutor Yusef Davis and his representative Chenai play minor parts yet carry the direction to Isaiah’s life that he frantically needs to turn into an incredible artisan.

Really Love
Really Love
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Stevie is uncertain of her longing and inspiration to seek law and begins to scrutinize her professional direction. She’s attracted to Isaiah’s creativity and opportunity to be solid and expressive. Their bond blooms from captivation into a relationship. As they each manage their internal struggle, they figure out how to meet up and make something lovely.

Both have disliking guardians who centre around obtaining monetary achievement and projecting an expert picture rather than discovering genuine romance and joy. Isaiah’s family is working people, while Stevie comes from a privileged, well off family. It’s intriguing to perceive how people on the two finishes of the financial range share a similar philosophy of progress.

Isaiah’s battle to discover acknowledgement wounds his self-image. He’s humiliated by the influence of unevenness in their relationship stemming from Stevie’s acquired abundance. He pulls from her when he’s focused because he doesn’t need her assistance still up in the air to discover accomplishment all alone. At the point when he ultimately begins to get seen, Stevie fades into the background. Their common vulnerabilities and familial pressing factors draw them together in any case, hinder their relationship. Being enamoured and putting yourself before your accomplice is interesting, in any event, for the most devoted couples.

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The cast of Really Love

Isaiah, enacted by Kofi Siriboe, is a struggling artist.

Stevie, enacted by Yootha Wong-Loi-Sing, is a law student.

Jerome, enacted by Blair Underwood, is the father of Stevie.

Chenai Hungwe’s role enacted by Uzo Aduba

Nick, enacted by Tristan Mack Wilds, is the childhood friend of Isaiah.

Sicily, enacted by Naturi Naughton, is the cousin of Stevie.

Anne, enacted by Suzzanne Douglas, is the mother of Stevie.

Yusef Davis, enacted by Michael Ealy, is the colleague of Isaiah.

Mecca’s role was enacted by Jade Eshete.

Really Love
Really Love
Image: Netflix

Ratings of Really Love

“Really Love” has received a rating of 6.0 out of 10 on IMDb. Audience Rating has a decent rating of 4.5/5.
Although the ratings don’t justify the reviews flooding on social media. People are going head over heels about the beautiful and sensual chemistry of the couple.


The chemistry between Siriboe and Wong-Loi-Sing is the core of this film. The two entertainers are appealing and alluring, and watching them together on screen is more than agreeable. The sexual strain from a sluggish romance is something not effectively executed, yet Williams and co-author Felicia Pride (Queen Sugar) keep this romantic tale moving at a convincing speed. Each kiss and contact are liquid and private without being needless or messy.

As we mentioned before, you can stream Really Love on Netflix.

We highly recommend you to watch this. Well, we promise to be back soon with more such articles. Until then, spread love and watch Really love on Netflix. Stay Safe!