Love, Rosie

Since the moment they met at age 5, Rosie and Alex have been best friends, facing the highs and lows of growing up side by side. A fleeting shared moment, one missed opportunity, and the decisions that follow send their lives in completely different directions. As each navigates the complexities of life, love, and everything in between, they always find their way back to each other – but is it just friendship, or something more?
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Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Rosie Dunne: Lily Collins
  • Alex Stewart: Sam Claflin
  • Greg: Christian Cooke
  • Sally: Tamsin Egerton
  • Bethany Williams: Suki Waterhouse
  • Ruby: Jaime Winstone
  • Gary Dunne: Art Parkinson
  • Phil: Jamie Beamish
  • Dennis Dunne: Lorcan Cranitch
  • Alice Dunne: Ger Ryan
  • Katie (12 yrs): Lily Laight
  • Toby (12 yrs): Matthew Dillon
  • Katie (5 yrs): Rosa Molloy
  • Clare: Sadbh Malin
  • Herb: Nick Lee
  • Dick: Ciaran McGlynn
  • Jonathan: Jusin Holmes
  • Joey Dunne: Max Cleary
  • Toby (6 yrs): Aaron Kinsella
  • Rosie (10 yrs): Lara McDonnell
  • Rosie (6 yrs): Beau Rose Garratt
  • Alex (10 yrs): Tom John Kelly
  • Alex (6 yrs): Tighe Wardell
  • Policeman Adam: David Crowley
  • Mrs. Casey: Marion O’Dwyer
  • Midwife: Róisín O’Donovan
  • Alex’s Boston Friend 1: Jake Manley
  • Rosie’s Friend: Bobby Aherne

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Robert Kulzer
  • Casting: Gail Stevens
  • Editor: Tony Cranstoun
  • Executive Producer: Martin Moszkowicz
  • Original Music Composer: Ralf Wengenmayr
  • Screenplay: Juliette Towhidi
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Heiko Müller
  • Director: Christian Ditter
  • Producer: Simon Brooks
  • Director of Photography: Christian Rein
  • Still Photographer: Jan Thijs
  • Novel: Cecilia Ahern
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Michael Hinreiner
  • Production Design: Matthew Davies
  • Set Decoration: Judy Farr
  • Sound Designer: Mario Hubert
  • Visual Effects Producer: Nina Knott
  • Costume Design: Leonie Prendergast
  • Script Supervisor: Kathleen Weir
  • Still Photographer: Jonathan Hession
  • Music Supervisor: Pia Hoffmann
  • Steadicam Operator: Markus Eckert
  • Art Direction: Fabian Jonathan
  • First Assistant Editor: Fiona Starogardzki
  • Production Sound Mixer: Barry O’Sullivan

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: > You can’t respect the friendship by denying the facts.

    Definitely a modern love story. The movie covers the story of the title character, Rosie’s 12 years of life. From the night when she celebrates her 18th birthday till becomes the 30 year old mother. It’s a long journey in the real life, and the movie report only the romance side of the life as it is a romantic comedy. Based on the book named ‘Where Rainbow Ends’, but lots of changes have been done to make a youthfully celebratible movie for the young generation.

    Usually, the famous romantic dramas are slow, lengthy, and well developed characters. Of course, this one was a romcom, though, much better in many aspect with less emotions and swift pace. About the characters, it was Rosie’s perspective and having Alex as a counterpart, the rest are not given much importance other than permits a fair display. Nowadays I kind like Lily Collins, she’s cute, maybe it is a crush. But that does not the reason to I like this film, not entirely true. I find it somewhat atypical with many convincing scenes and lines.

    The story is intensifyingly frustrates us as it takes extreme turns all the time just to make a further riddle and complicate. But that is how the screenplay survives or there won’t be any story to tell. It might be Rosie’s romance, but you don’t have to be a woman/girl to enjoy this film. I don’t believe such kind of categorisation, because in the earlier time everyone believed animation is for children only and then it proved wrong. So if a man can watch a movie without damaging his brain, losing his eyesight, or becoming paralysed, then I don’t see an issue rather making up everything himself. Hope you all enjoy the movie as I did.

    7.5/10

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