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LOVE SARAH  (2021)

Directed by Eliza Schroeder and released in the United States by Samuel Goldwyn Films, the film follows a young woman who wishes to fulfill her mother's dream of opening her own bakery in Notting Hill, London. To do this, she enlists the help of an old friend and her grandma.

 

Rotthoff’s classical score injects electronic sounds with symphonic instruments to create a timeless, ethereal soundtrack. The album was recorded with the Budapest Art Orchestra and showcases a chamber string ensemble with flute, harp, piano, electric guitars, and percussion soloists. The soundtrack features the original song “For The Love Of You,'' written and performed by British R&B and Jazz singer Tony Momrelle together with his writing partner and pianist Emiliano Pari. Rotthoff created a string arrangement to complement the piece.

 

“The mouthwatering desserts in the film were the starting point for my inspiration,” stated Rotthoff. “I wanted to help our characters feel and cope with their loss of Sarah as well as provide hope and have the audience sense the magic of baking. The characters’ journey is both playful and positive while deep and reflective and this is what I wanted to capture with the music.”

Meet SarahLOVE SARAH
Opening The BakeryLOVE SARAH
Lucky MeLOVE SARAH
A Home Away From HomeLOVE SARAH
The Final DanceLOVE SARAH
The Magic Of BakingLOVE SARAH
Winning Over MimiLOVE SARAH
Director
Eliza Schroeder
Production
Miraj Films (UK)
Producer
Rajita Shah
Cast
Celia Imrie, Bill Paterson, Rupert-Penry Jones, Shelley Conn
Distribution
Samuel Goldwyn Films
Cinematography
Aaron Reid
Editor
Jim Hampton, Laura Morrod
Script
Jake Brunger
Sound
Oliver Achatz
Production design
Anna Pappa