Conclusion: Danish director Susanne Bier's Love is All You Need is a charming yet refreshingly serious romantic comedy that should appeal to a wide variety of viewers. It is really beautifully shot on location in Sorrento and looks absolutely fantastic on Blu-ray.
Excerpt: It can be satisfying to see stereotypically melodramatic tropes fulfilled on screen, but when a film becomes the trope so entirely that one can guess the ending and the various subplots within the first few minutes, the effect is dispiriting.
Excerpt: After visiting the doctor for the latest news on her cancer treatment, hairdresser Trine Dyrholm returns home to find her husband (Kim Bodnia) shtupping his office accountant. (“I thought you were at chemo,” he offers by way of an apology.
Summary: You wouldn’t think there’s much to laugh about in a tale of a woman recovering from breast cancer who finds her husband cheating on her with a younger woman. But remarkably, in Love Is All You Need , Danish director Susanne Bier weaves a wry and humorous story of middle-aged romance against the...