Everybody Loves Somebody Reviews
a large cast of unknowns make for very likeable characters next to the three leads
Clara had true love once but when it ended it broke her and shifted her opinion on the whole idea; people just set themselves up for failure, there's no way of knowing if it will work out, and other people whom are happy set a very tough example to follow
when she needs a date for her mother's wedding she invites fellow doctor Ashe who seems genuinely nice and interested in her even though he's just for show
on top of that her ex, Daniel crashes the ceremony hoping to rekindle some of that spark they felt like they gave up too soon on
there's plenty of debates and discussions on happiness, true love etc.
we're not always expecting things the way we imagine them to be, your own life can outlive you, and it's true that love isn't supposed to be simple, it can be easy if you let it
Clara now has to choose between two important people in her life whether to settle or actually have something real
sure she has some frustrating qualities she takes out on others but she slowly starts to understand that she cant control how her view of love is the only one that matters
the film has amazing scenery, terrific lighting, realistic people, and a reason to analyze what really makes us happy as people
the runtime seems longer than it should but it gets the job done adding some new stuff to a genre this familiar
It let's you go in peace, with no extra drama, a good film.
You must learn to fall in love again and again with your partner. A true Gem. Love the bilingual script!