Love Is All (2007)

  |  Comedy, Romance

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The bumpy love lives of four Amsterdam couples intersect during the days leading up to Dutch national holiday Sinterklaas.



  • Michiel Romeyn in Love Is All (2007)
  • Thomas Acda and Anneke Blok in Love Is All (2007)
  • Carice van Houten in Love Is All (2007)
  • Wendy van Dijk and Valerio Zeno in Love Is All (2007)
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22 February 2008 | virindra
| Zo goed wassie ook weer niet.
I heared a lot about this movie. I'm not a dutch film lover. But I like movies with Paul de Leeuw in it. He's so wrong, that makes him funny.

But it was valentine's day and I had to buy my wife a present, so I thought why not the limited edition. Did I know that this movie was bad?! The movie is about relationships and how several people are somehow connected to each other. Is this a new concept? No it isn't. The actors and actresses sucked a lot! Wendy van Dijk was very funny in Ushi en Van Dijk, but in this movie she could show us that she cannot act at all.

Even that sucker, Valerio, cannot act. But I knew that years ago when he had his dating show on tmf. That is very pity, but I still don't know why people think that a pretty boy can automatically act. It ain't so! To stand by this statement I will bring up the next thing: Paul the Leeuw is a very good actor, but very underrated. Paul is Like the dutch Robin Williams. I am a huge fan of Robin Williams, he is not an attractive guy, but he can act as the best! He can act comic roles, but also dramatic or even serious.

At the moment in the film where the boyfriend of Paul runs out of his house in the snow to get his bike, there Paul stands with a beautiful smile. That was acting. Great acting is about not saying anything, but saying a lot with your facial impressions. Very well, if the rest of the movie was as good as that one moment, I had liked that movie a lot.

But this movie was not about Paul de Leeuw, there were a lot of other bad actors and actresses in the movie that made this movie (for me) not worth watching a second time. Or at least I'll fast forward it to the moment of Paul in the snow.

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Release Date:

11 October 2007


Dutch, English, Spanish

Country of Origin


Filming Locations

Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

Box Office


EUR3,740,500 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:


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