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The Broken Hearts Gallery (2020)


Lucy is a young gallery assistant who collects mementos from her relationships. She discovers that she must let go of her past to move forward, and comes up with a lovely, artistic way to help herself and others who have suffered heartbreak.

The Broken Hearts Gallery (2020)

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Released Year: 2020
Runtime: 109 minutes
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Directors: Natalie Krinsky
Writers: Natalie Krinsky

Storyline


Lucy is a young gallery assistant who collects mementos from her relationships. She discovers that she must let go of her past to move forward, and comes up with a lovely, artistic way to help herself and others who have suffered heartbreak.

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Reviews


80
Screen Rant - Molly Freeman
The Broken Hearts Gallery is overflowing with charm and personality, making it exactly the kind of fun, feel-good romantic comedy needed right now.
80
Variety - Owen Gleiberman
The Broken Hearts Gallery pushes all the rom-com buttons but does it knowingly, with a spirit that embraces killer cynicism and then comes out the other side.
75
Chicago Tribune - Katie Walsh
The lush production design by Zazu Myers, especially in the Chloe Hotel, and rich cinematography by Alar Kivilo make for a colorfully saturated fantasy of New York City that elevates the film. This is a big, juicy rom-com that has proven to be a rare entity these days on the big screen.
75
Chicago Sun-Times - Richard Roeper
Geraldine Viswanathan, fresh off her scene-stealing turn as the intrepid high school newspaper reporter in “Bad Education,” gives a knockout performance.
70
TheWrap - Steve Pond
The film has some awkward edits and some jumps that suggest things are missing, but as a female-centric romance, it is breezy enough to go down easily.

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