Director: Eliza Schroeder
Writer: Jake Brunger (Screenplay) Mahalia Rimmer, Eliza Shroeder (Story)
Starring: Candice brown, Shelley Conn, Shannon Tarbet, Celia Imrie, Bill Paterson, Rupert Penny-Jones
Plot: A young woman wishes to fulfill her mother’s dream of opening her own bakery in Notting Hill, London. To do this, she enlists the help of an old friend and her grandma.
Runtime: 1 Hour 37 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Love Sarah starts with the tragic news on the eve of the bakery opening that Sarah is killed in an accident, leaving Isabella (Conn) dealing with the debt, Sarah’s daughter Clarissa (Tarbet) with nothing but a chance to rebuild her relationship with her grandmother Mimi (Imrie).
The three women looks to make Sarah’s dream a reality, bringing together their desires to make it a dream, with a new chef Mathew (Penry-Jones) who studied with both Isabella and Sarah, leaving us to see if the dream can become a reality.
Thoughts on Love Sarah
Thoughts – Love Sarah is a story about three women that comes together to bring another one’s dream to life after her sudden death.. it is nice to see three women at different stages of their lives, with Clarissa in her early-20s just losing a mother, Isabella 39 who has lost a best friend and Mimi who has just how her daughter, showing us the different reactions, they are having for grief, with the death bringing them closer together for the memory. The idea of starting a business in London is always going to be difficult and finding the niche is what will make it a success. Where the story can fall shorter is with the romance side stories, both feeling like filler and with Clarissa being left out, doesn’t help make everything feeling complete. The different cakes being baked is a joy to watch and will leave you craving the first treat you can find. The performances from Shelley Conn, Shannon Tarbet and Celia Imrie are a joy to watch, as each brings the character they are playing to life in a natural feeling way.
Final Thoughts – Love Sarah is a delightful little treat that will leave you with plenty of emotions as the door.