Love Is All You Need Reviews
It is a beautifully engaging romance mired by far too many sub-plots. The two leads are brilliantly matched, but the rest of the film weighs it down as a whole. Less of the sub-plots and more of the burgeoning relationship would have made this an excellent film.
If anything it is good for spot the Nordic Noir actor.
(2013) Love Is All You Need
(In Denmark with English subtitles)
Ida (Trine Dyrholm) had just learned she has cancer, and that she would have to wait for her chemotherapy results. Upon coming home, she then catches her husband cheating on her with a young female worker who works for him. On another side of Denmark is Philip, who is still grieving his wife after a year, who happens to run a fruit and vegetable produce company. They're going to link to each other since Patrick's son and Ida's daughter are going to be married in Italy. I liked the beginning, but the movie becomes more embarrassing as the movie is progressing which part of the experience is like "The Celebration". You know, when it's darkest and most embarrassing secrets are revealed at the table and so forth.
2 out of 4 stars