Danish director Susanne Bier‘s Love Is All You Need, the follow-up to her 2011 Oscar winner In A Better World, releases in the UK on April 19 via Arrow Films. Sony Pictures Classics has U.S. rights with a May 3 release date. Trine Dyrholm and Pierce Brosnan star in the romantic comedy set at a wedding in Sorrento, Italy. Brosnan plays a middle-aged widower living in Denmark whose son is marrying the daughter of Dyrholm’s Danish hairdresser, a cancer survivor who has just learned her husband is leaving her for a younger woman. The film debuted in Venice last year. Bier’s next film, Serena, reteams Silver Linings Playbook stars Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence and just got the sizzle reel treatment in Berlin. Here’s the UK trailer for Love Is All You Need:
Hot Trailer: ‘Love Is All You Need’By NANCY TARTAGLIONE, International Editor | Deadline.com – Wed, Feb 20, 2013 6:00 AM EST
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