There are far more important aspects to the college experience than reading books, memorizing mathematical principals, and preparing for a high-paying, ego-inflating, easy-to-do, and fun job. As amply and amusingly illustrated in Monkey Love (2002), the university years are also about exploring emotional and physical capacities. Los Angeles scholar Amy takes an advance course in the school of life when she sets her love light upon her two oldest friends, Dil and Aaron. Told in the vocabulary of the moment, draped in the wardrobe of now, blasting the soundtrack of the times, Monkey Love brings the ardor of inquisitive youth to light and keeps it real. Can you deal?