Love Sarah (2020)

Love Sarah
Director: Eliza Schroeder
Writer: Jake Brunger
Cast: Shannon Tarbet, Celia Imrie, Rupert Penry-Jones, Shelley Conn, Bill Paterson, Grace Calder, Lucy Fleming, Candice Brown
Seen on: 14.9.2020

Plot:
Isabella (Shelley Conn) was just about to finally open a bakery together with her best friend Sarah (Candice Brown). But then Sarah dies and Isabella is left scrambling. As is Sarah’s daughter Clarissa (Shannon Tarbet) and Sarah’s mother Mimi (Celia Imrie) with whom she had a big fight just before her death. As Isabella is about to lose everything and unable to open the bakery on her own, Clarissa comes up with an idea: she will ask Mimi for funding and the three will open the bakery together in Sarah’s honor. All they need is a baker – who they seem to find in Matthew (Rupert Penry-Jones), Sarah’s long time ex-boyfriend. But there is still something missing for their success.

Love Sarah is pretty much as you expect it to be: a sweet piece of fluff. Much like the cakes in the film, they are beautifully designed to make you happy for a short moment, though – unlike the cakes in the film – the film will not cause any upheaval in the industry.

The film poster showing Mimi (Celia Imrie) holding up a platter full of cakes in front of a few film stills.
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