Gina accompanies Lawrence to the G8 summit in Reykjavik where she surprises herself and shocks everyone else by challenging the conference's established agenda on global poverty. Lawrence is then forced to make an impossible decision - choose between the girl who has given him a new reason to live or the job he has devoted his life to. What will he decide and will the world leaders at the summit take notice of the girl from the cafe?
The story is a very quiet one. Slow, poetical, makes you smile from time to time, not only because laughing would disturb the mood (though the „disgusting pea soup" was ace!). The fact that it'll leave you breathless is not because it's so exciting, but you'll fear to ruin something when breathing too loudly. All in all it's one of the most tender and beautiful love stories of our time.
The political part? A fairy tale. A story one wishes to be true. Negative people might call it unrealistic and ridiculous, but this film is a dream, so that's alright. Still it's fiction and not a documentary. But it'll make you think for sure. And that's more than you can say about some ‚''political'' films.