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Film Review - Love Is All You Need


Danish director Susanne Bier has built a career out of difficult pictures with hard edges, gracefully exploring the limits of vulnerability with a decidedly humane approach, always aware of natural behaviors that have generated some spellbinding cinema (including 2004’s “Brothers”). “Love Is All You Need” is an unnerving step toward mainstream acceptance for the helmer, masterminding an unexpectedly conventional romantic drama that carries a predictability about it that’s a touch deflating. I’m not suggesting the movie is a Kate Hudson rom-com with Katrina and the Waves needle drops, but for every touch of emotional texture that’s inviting, there’s a wallop of formula that’s disheartening. Read the rest at


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