Love is All
100 Years of Modern Romance

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Richard Hawley

Love is All turned out to be one of the best experiences I've ever had with the world of film, Ollie and Kim were really easy to work with, there were places in the film that needed determination and a real clarity of thought to see it through properly and they didn't shy away from any of the ...Read more

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Kim Longinotto

Love is All is a celebration of the changes in our lives in the UK from 1898 to 2014. The film really broadens the idea of love, by looking at our changes in attitudes to subjects such as multiculturalism and same sex relationships. The film explores love in a playful way though; you can’t ...Read more

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