Love Streams is a 1984 American film directed by John Cassavetes that tells the story of a middle-aged brother and sister who find themselves caring for one another after the other loves in their lives abandon them. The film was Cassavetes' 11th and penultimate film. He later made the more mainstream Big Trouble. The film was entered into the 34th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Golden Bear. In 2015 the BBC named the film the 63rd greatest American movie ever made.