Love Sarah

Sarah was about to fulfill her dream of opening a bakery with her best friend, Isabella, until a tragic accident ended her life. Now Isabella and Sarah’s daughter Clarissa will turn to Sarah’s grandmother, Mimi, to pay tribute to the deceased and delight the Notting Hill neighborhood with colorful and delicious desserts. Before that they will have to resolve the differences between them and with the new pastry chef, an old boyfriend of Sarah who will join the business for her own reasons.
After several short films and television experiences, Eliza Schroeder directs a first feature film that, from a happy and positive point of view, talks about loss and regret, but also about learning to move on. The protagonists, played by Celia Imrie (The cure for well-being), Shelley Conn (Terra Nova) and Shannon Tarbet (Colette), are three generations of women very different from each other, but united by pain, who will end up leaving.In this way, A bakery in Notting Hill proposes a feel good movie with an empowering spirit and considerable doses of sugar that, in addition to celebrating life, talks about female friendship, love and the search for success. The cast of this film, set in the multicultural London neighborhood of Notting Hill, completes the cast of this film, Rupert Penry-Jones (The Strain) and Bill Paterson (High-Rise), among others.

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