10 September 2012 11:36 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Toronto -- Danish director Susanne Bier is accustomed to artistic risk-taking, whether it's aesthetic (the shaky-cam Dogme style of 2002's Open Hearts) or thematic (the Afghan War in 2004's Brothers) or the seductions and dangers of retributive violence in her Oscar-winning In a Better World (2010). But it's surprising to hear that Bier feels her latest film, the romantic comedy Love Is All You Need, is her "most controversial movie yet." On the surface there is little to spark outrage in Love, which debuted to acclaim in Venice before charming audiences at the Toronto International Film Festival

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