Eat Pray Love

I don’t imagine fans of the book will be too disappointed with this film version, adding its succulent visuals to what is essentially a very internal story of one woman’s midlife crisis and subsequent journey of self-discovery. First to Italy to find food, friendship and self-expression. Then to India for some meditation, bustle and living in the now. Then to Bali for some sex with a Brazilian (I refer to the race rather than the genital topiary). It doesn’t really work as a film – it’s all a bit shallow, clichéd and unengaging. But it’s easy on the eye. 5/10


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