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Love, Rosie

Published in L
Friday, 24 October 2014 02:07
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Additional Info

  • Rating

    M: Coarse language and sexual references.

  • The pitch

    You can't hurry love.

  • Starring

    Lily Collins, Sam Claflin, Art Parkinson, Tamsin Egerton, Christian Cooke, Suki Waterhouse, Jaime Winstone, Lily Laight

  • Directed by

    Christian Ditter

  • Running time

    102 minutes

  • Rated

    M (Australia), 15 (UK), NR (USA)


    People are punched. Items smashed. A child falls off a bicycle. Killing yourself mentioned. Screaming. Blood/gore: Pumped stomach mentioned.


    Couples (including teenagers) have sex. A woman is handcuffed to her bedframe. Kissing. Shirtless males, female bottom, girls in underwear, nightwear, skimpy clothing, cleavage. Half-nude female on magazine cover. Infidelity.


    Alcohol (spirits, shots, cocktails, champagne, wine, beer). Intoxication. Morning-after pill mentioned. Smoking.


    F-words, s-words, w*nker. Name-calling. Slang and actual terms for genitals. Religious references and exclamations.


    Friendship, teenage sex, fate, pregnancy, marriage, weddings, relationships, home birth, adoption, single parenting, instant messaging, hotel management.


    Deceased father/husband. Childbirth scene. Wedding, funeral, cemetery, bar, nightclub, airport, hospital settings. Plane. Based on the novel Where Rainbows End by Cecilia Ahern.


    Pleasant, cheery, sweet, amiable, winsome. Sparky performances, amusing script, likeable leads, impressionistic visuals, bawdy humour, spry script, sufficiently flawed characters, springy editing.


    Predictable, bland, saccharine, absurd, unrealistic, calculated, phony, corny. Underwritten characters, tonal lapses, characters never age.