- 1h 59min
- Directed by: Harry Wootliff
- Cast: Laia Costa, Josh O’Connor, Tam Dean Burn
Elena (Costa) and Jake (O’Connor) fall in love but their relationship is tested when it turns out that they have little chance of starting a family. A raw and relatable tale, ostensibly modest but heartbreakingly real and shrewdly observed, with affecting performances from the leads.
This film is not currently showing in cinemas.
Elena and Jake meet on New Years Eve when they both want the same taxi. Their relationship starts as a passionate one but as they start living together problems arise. Can they remain in love when life doesn’t give them everything they hoped for?
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Reviews & features
Only You22 Feb 2019
GFF 2019: Laia Costa and Josh O'Connor are superb in a devastating relationship drama
Raw and, for some, devastatingly relatable, Only You is an in-depth look at a lesser-seen consequence of falling in love, as it focuses on the agony of infertility. It's the assured directorial debut of Harry Wootliff, a BAFTA nominee for his 2004 short…
Josh O'Connor: 'I pinch myself every now and then'14 Feb 2019
Rising star talks about his lead role in romantic drama Only You, screening at Glasgow Film Festival
Every actor needs a defining role early in their career. For Josh O'Connor, it was playing the taciturn farm hand Johnny Saxby in Francis Lee's 2017 award-winner God's Own Country. Since then, his career has exploded, from being nominated for a BAFTA…
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