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During World War II, an Englishwoman opens her heart to an evacuee after initially resolving to be rid of him in this moving journey of womanhood, love and friendship.


  • Gemma Arterton
  • Gugu Mbatha-Raw
  • Penelope Wilton
  • Lucas Bond
  • Dixie Egerickx
  • Amanda Root
  • Jessica Gunning
  • David Horovitch
  • Tom Courtenay
  • Amanda Lawrence

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This is a movie about a lesbian relationship. I shouldn’t have to get halfway through the movie to find that out. So I’m putting it out there so other people know it up front. It was a nicely shot film and an interesting story. The main arc is about a child who is displaced by WWII and has to live with an eccentric hermit of a woman who doesn’t want him. There is a secondary storyline about the woman reminiscing about a gay lover from the past. Over the course of the film, the secondary storyline takes front-and-center stage. The film becomes all about the gay relationship. The film preaches about gay relationships and uses the child actor as a prop to not-so-subtly bash intolerant adults who don’t embrace their lifestyle. In the end, the writer makes sure to kill off the husband so the gay couple can live happily ever after. The ending is glib and trite and doesn’t honor the mood of the story.

Shaun S


Jul 30, 2020

My biggest frustration with Summerland is three major plotlines mixed like a tossed salad. Each plot is interesting to watch as well as engaging, but transitions from one to the next can clash with the good feelings generated by the previous.

Metacritic review by Alan Ng
Alan Ng
Film Threat
Jul 30, 2020

Arterton’s at a peak in her career here, repurposing bits and pieces of her work in Their Finest for a film with much more intentional sentiment.

Andrew Crump
Paste Magazine
Jul 27, 2020

As capable as the actors are, I can't say I cared much about any of the characters, which made the emotionally uplifting climax feel underpowered. The scope for which this handsome but bland film strives so hard is present mainly in the wide-open spaces of its picturesque locations.

Metacritic review by David Rooney
David Rooney
The Hollywood Reporter