Philip, an Englishman living in Denmark, is a lonely, middle
- aged widower and estranged single father. Ida is a Danish hairdresser, recuperating from a long bout of illness, who's just been left by her husband for a younger woman, Ti
lde. The fates of these two bruised souls are about to intertwine, as they embark for a trip to Italy to attend the wedding of Patrick and Astrid, Philip's son and Ida's daughter.
It is a film about the simple yet profound pains and joys of moving on - and forward - with your life.
||May 3rd, 2013 (Limited) by Sony Pictures Classics, released as Love Is All You Need|
||September 10th, 2013 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment|
||R for brief sexuality, nudity and some language.|
(Rating bulletin 2259, 2/13/2013)
||Cancer, Infidelity, Relationships Gone Wrong, Death of a Spouse, Romance, In-Laws / Future In-Laws, LGBT, Wedding Day Disasters|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
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