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VENICE: The movie business: What's love got to do with it?The U.S. filmmaker is back with "Equals," a science-fiction romance that puts Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult into a future society where emotions – messy, disruptive things – have been genetically suppressed for the good of humanity.A self-declared romantic, the director said that the film, one of 21 competing for the Venice Film Festival's Golden Lion, grew from wanting to explore "a world where love is not essential to human beings ... and whether love will always find a way or whether it won't.Like the play, "Equals" seems likely to appeal to the young, especially given Stewart and Hoult's big teen fan bases.Stewart began starring in the "Twilight" films as a teenager, while Hoult has been in the spotlight since he was the awkward child hero of 2002's "About a Boy".
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