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Julia Robert’s Eat Pray Love DVD Set for a Valentine’s Release

hollywoodnews.com: Whether you are single or in love this February, Eat Pray Love has all the ingredients of a perfect Valentine’s film. This stunning release has captured hearts worldwide with its irresistible mix of Hollywood charm and honest reflections on love and living life to the fullest.

The story opens with Liz Gilbert (Julia Roberts), a successful 32 year old writer, who decides to end her unhappy marriage. Following a disastrous rebound relationship and haunted by a frustrating feeling of dullness in her life, she manages to convince her publishing company to fund a trip around the world.

As the plot unfolds, we follow Liz on an incredible journey to re-awaken her hunger for life. The adventure starts in Italy, where she learns to enjoy the immediate pleasures of life on a ‘no carb left behind’ diet (eat). Then, she spends four months in India, where she explores a new kind of spirituality (pray) before turning to Bali, where she finds balance… and almost accidentally, love.

“This movie is for anybody who has ever had their heart broken, anybody who has ever felt guilty, or lost in their life,” said Roberts, “Everybody has a journey, a moment in their lives when they need to redefine who they are and what they are looking for.”

Adapted from the bestselling novel by Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat Pray Love DVD is a wonderfully satisfying film which offers an intelligent, positive take on some of the big questions in life from happiness and family, to divorce and of course, love. This must-see movie is a perfect remedy for the winter blues, packed with breathtaking views, exotic colours and uplifting one-liners.

Best watched with ice-cream, Eat, Pray, Love DVD is due for release on 7th February. Order your copy from Tesco Entertainment today!

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