Love Is All You Need Review

Since yielding his 007 mantle to Daniel Craig, Pierce Brosnan, in the tradition of many former A-list leading men given the opportunity (desired or not) to take on smaller roles has wracked up a collection of fine performances. The Matador, Seraphim Falls and The Ghost Writer stand among the best recent examples of Brosnan’s chops and he has now added another to his resume with the more low-key romantic drama Love Is All You Need.

Playing his female foil is Denmark native Trine Dyrholm, who was also one of the leads in last year’s Oscar nominated A Royal Affair. The immediate chemistry the two share stands as one of the film’s strongest elements. The arc at play is certainly a familiar one – a clichéd one even – but sometimes the believable forming of a bond (no pun intended) can elevate even the most well-worn material. Throwing a slight kink
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