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Sparks and EmbersFour years after they ended their relationship, Tom and Eloise meet to say a final farewell on a Christmas evening, only to discover that they still have feelings for each other. Now Tom has only 45 minutes to win her back.
Actors of "Sparks and Embers"
Directors of "Sparks and Embers"Gavin Boyter
Creators of "Sparks and Embers"Gavin Boyter
Critic Reviews of "Sparks and Embers"Time OutDecember 15, 2015
There's nothing particularly offensive about Sparks and Embers... The problem is there's no real charm, originality or insightMovie TalkDecember 24, 2015
Marshall and Hesme prove amiable company, but the gags they get are so ropey that it's all too easy to become distracted by the film's hazy grasp of the capital's geography.Radio TimesDecember 20, 2015
A mildly diverting confection for a rainy day, and something that may find a more suitable home on the small screen.Observer (UK)December 20, 2015
A slightly naff British romcom that attempts to weld the beginning/end of the affair structure of Blue Valentine to some Richard Curtis-lite South Bank soppiness.Times (UK)December 17, 2015
Although there is amusing sexual tension between French corporate cost-cutter Eloise (Annelise Hesme) and sacked music company marketer Tom (Kris Marshall, who was in Love, Actually long ago), there are no surprises here.GuardianDecember 17, 2015
The movie is competently put together, like a TV commercial, but the dialogue and characterisation are pretty unbearable, a Google Translate version of English, spoken by characters who are almost but not exactly like human beings.
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