At Notting Hill (Film Thoughts: Love Sarah)

There is absolutely nothing wrong with a feel-good movie like Eliza Schrieder’s ‘Love Sarah.’ In these tryign pandemic times, I would even say that is very much needed.

All boxes are ticked int his movie, and sure, there are clichés, too. But who cares? The performances are warm and fuzzy, like pre-covid hugs. Celia Imre is wonderful as always, as the mother who helps build a store that was her daughter’s dream.

And the movie isn’t dumb, it has things to say thought it sys it with subtlety – it celebrates London’s diversity and the story promotes inclusiveness. The London locale is vividly bright and cheery. I loved watching this movie, and no, you won’t take that away from me.

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