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Love Is All You Need [Blu-ray] [Import]

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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By calenita on Jan. 13 2014
Format: DVD
I don't own the video, so can't comment on that quality, but saw the movie and loved it. Just a true lovely love story and story of redemption and change. It was lovely to see the slow change in Philip as he fell in love and softened. The scenery is gorgeous. The movie was in Danish and English with Danish subtitles. Really a great romantic story.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ronnie on Nov. 26 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Pierce Brosnan....says it all!!
Turns out to be a fun adventure, and great scenery in Italy!!
Would recommend to all my sisters!
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Thomson on Oct. 12 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The movie arrived. I tried to play it on my dvd player and guess what??? The damned thing was European format and in Italian.
Boo. ..
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39 of 44 people found the following review helpful
That and a Really Good Wig May 25 2013
By Jay B. Lane - Published on
Chick Flick Alert! "Den skaldede frisør" (English captions) is a Danish film about a hairdresser who has been fighting breast cancer. After a partial mastectomy and chemo, she gets the all-clear, but comes home only to discover her husband having a fling with a co-worker. Problem is, next week they are flying from Denmark to Italy for their daughter's wedding. Of course Dean Martin's "That's Amore" underscores the opening credits.

Writer Suzanne Bier ("After the Wedding" - terrific by the way!) directed this award-winning romance that features:
* Trine Dyrholm ("The Royal Affair") is Ida, the bald hairdresser (nice wig though) who has to confront one serious upset after another. She's the mother of the bride.
* Pierce Brosnan ("The Ghost Writer") is Philip, a highly successful international trader of fresh fruits and vegetables. It's his Italian villa where the wedding party convenes. He's the widowed father of the groom.
* Sebastian Jessen ("Almost Perfect") is Patrick, the groom...but he's starting to wonder....
* Molly Blixt Egelind ("Rebounce") is Astrid, the bride. The groom's wondering is making her start to wonder...
* Paprika Steen ("Keep the Lights On") is Benedikte, the worst sister-in-law EVER!

Things get off to a bad start when the mother of the bride backs her car into the father of the groom's car at the airport in Copenhagen. Then they are on the same flight but HER luggage gets lost. Finally, her wandering husband brings along his new sweetheart to Italy because she missed her flight back to Denmark. (She introduces herself as his "fiancée.")

I'll bet you have it all figured out, don't you? Well, you don't. I love it when things become unpredictable, and they do! Expect no sweaty bodies, gunshots, vehicular mayhem or blowie uppie stuff. In fact the biggest villain is that philandering husband.

BTW, Brosnan just gets more appealing as the years go by. He's far better now than when he was 'Bond'ing with the world. Yum! Amazon will notify me when the DVD is available.
20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Just saw this movie June 6 2013
By L. Miller - Published on
and it's a 3/12 star charmer. Won't repeat details, thanks to the Jay B Lane review. Just want to add that the scenery (Sorrento, Italy) is gorgeous! Saw it on a cold, gloomy day in June, and it was a day brightener. The mix of Danish and English languages seemed very natural to me. The actors stirred the pot of emotions nicely, and oh, that sister-in-law! The movie had lots of little "moments," and the kinds of relationship messes that humans tend to create for themselves. Glad I went to Sorrento with Pierce and the gang.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
When the moon hits your eye like a big-a pizza pie... Oct. 30 2013
By Kona - Published on
Format: DVD
Pierce Brosnan plays a wealthy but grouchy British businessman whose son is getting married in Italy. When he first meets the bride's Danish mother, they instantly loathe each other, but the magic of Sorrento changes all that.

I love this movie! It is bilingual (Danish/English) and everyone (except Brosnan) switches between the two, often during a single conversation. Even the credits switch languages. The subtitles are fine, though, and Danish is a beautiful language.

Brosnan and costar Trine Dyrholm are wonderful together, playing heartbroken middle-agers who still want to be loved. There is a strong supporting Danish cast with well-developed characters and interesting story lines for all of them.

The story is more romance than comedy with lots of people falling in and out of love. It's heartwarming and engrossing and the Italian Riviera location is incredibly picturesque. Highly recommended.
19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
If you loved "Two For The Road" you will love this, as well. July 25 2013
By Aubrey M. - Published on
Format: DVD
I saw this movie at a screening and was able to speak with Pierce and Trine. It is a delightful story with one of the bravest performances I have ever witnessed from Trine Dyrholm. Yes, it's quiet and simple but it's ever so honest and beautiful. I have deep affection for both Denmark and Italy so this was a love letter for me, personally.

FYI: Trine shaved her head for this so the scenes of her hair regrowth would be real. There is an even braver choice she made in this film. Trine is truly wonderful and I will be looking for any work that she does in the future. The rest of the cast was spot on and that adds up to brilliant direction by Susanne Bier.

I am so thrilled to have found the DVD for sale.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
see it Sept. 29 2013
By LEE FIELDING - Published on
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Loved it ! What a Great movie pitch perfect casting a feel good movie with a inspirational story loved the tender moments that were between the two main charactors of the movie.

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