In her narrative short debut, director Rebecca Berrih sustains a sweetness that is often missed in film making. Here in TWO SCOOPS OF LOVE she offers just that - 2 scoops of love. It is very hard to grab an audience and move them in just 4 minutes. Film students are often given that task as it seeks a level of difficulty. Berrih, who is beginning to make a name for herself in Hollywood, brings with her that French outlook on life. You can tell she is passionate about film.
Here you are drawn to two lovers sitting in the park, eating ice cream... As the camera pans out from these two love struck loves, we get that things are not quite what they appear.
The film is already winning audience awards in film festivals and is bound to continue doing so.
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