Film and gastronomy lovers are in luck this year with the premiere of Love Sarah, the first feature film by Eliza Schroeder that joins the long list of films that declare their love for sweet cuisine.
In this film, the protagonist, the young Clarissa, asks her mother’s best friend, Isabella, and her eccentric grandmother, Mimi, to help her fulfill her late mother’s dream: to open a pastry shop in Notting Hill. Three generations of women who will have to overcome pain and their differences to establish a shop full of love and colorful cakes in London.
“With this story,” explains Schroeder, “I wanted to explore the different struggles of women who love each other and yet find it difficult to connect. I was also attracted to making a movie about three generations. I wanted to portray that when women come together, we can overcome obstacles, make something beautiful, and strengthen and inspire each other. ”
Due to the world health crisis, its release will vary depending on the country.