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That's Amor

USA 2022
produced by
Ali Afshar, Daniel Aspromonte, Johnny Afshar (executive), Tony Panterra (executive) for ESX Entertainment/Netflix
directed by Shaun Paul Piccinino
starring Riley Dandy, Isaac Gonzalez Rossi, Nancy Lenehan, Daniel Edward Mora, Bryan Craig, Kimberley Drummond, Arlene Tur, Christina Moore, Rose Portillo, Suleka Mathew, John Ducey, Gregory Zarian, Paul Witten, Tom Wright, Johnny Afshar, Quinn Minichino Eakins, Emelia Hartford, Morgan Harvill, Lena Kosturos, Tony Panterra, Shaun Paul Piccinino, Rayana Ragan, Olga Safari, George Thomas
story by Ali Afshar, Tiffany Dupont, screenplay by John Ducey, music by Jamie Christopherson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Within maybe a couple of hours, graphic designer Sofia (Riley Dandy) has lost her job, found her boyfriend Richard (Bryan Craig) cheating on her, and fallen down a flight of stairs to break her leg. And wanting a break from it all while being properly cared for, Sofia moves back in with her mothr Lainie (Nancy Lenehan) in your typical American small town. She's dead-set on wallowing in self pity, spending her time mostly in her bed, but her mum has none of it and forces her to join her in Spanish cooking classes exclusively for couples. And there, Sofia makes the acquaintance of Matias (Isaac Gonzalez Rossi), chef in training and nephew of the class's tutor Guillermo (Daniel Edward Mora), and it isn't long before the two of them fall for one another. Problem is, Matias is heading back to Spain in only a few weeks, so they try to make the best of the time they have together - but then Richard shows up and wants Sofia back ...


A rather sweet romantic comedy that might not exactly be re-inventing the genre, but at the same time mostly stays away from genre tropes and lets its story develop more organically, with a subtle direction giving the story air to breathe. And sure, the America-Europe contrast might seem a little forced and chlichéed, but the film doesn't put too much of an emphasis on it. And a very likeable ensemble cast brings the film to life rather beautifully.


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