It’s being celebrated but is The Broken Hearts Gallery coming to Netflix? Here’s how you can check out the 2020 rom-com starring Dacre Montgomery.

There hasn’t been much to love about 2020 but, fortunately, we’ve still had the opportunity to lose ourselves in a wealth of wonderful films.

In the UK, we’ve been treated to the likes of Uncut Gems, The Lighthouse, Parasite, The Invisible Man, 1917 and Joji Rabbit so far this year.

Even though the COVID-19 pandemic forced cinemas to temporarily close their doors, we were also able to check out some excellent films courtesy of VOD, including Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods, The King of Staten Island, Host, Sputnik and Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga.

Against all odds, it’s still been a notable year for film fans. However, with all the doom and gloom, audiences have arguably still been waiting for the perfect rom-com to arrive and sweep them up with some charming escapism.

Fortunately, The Broken Hearts Gallery has arrived!

still from “The Broken Hearts Gallery”, No Trace Camping et al., IMDb

Is The Broken Hearts Gallery coming to Netflix?

  • There is currently no confirmation or information surrounding a Netflix release date for The Broken Hearts gallery. However, there are other ways to watch it.

This 2020 romantic comedy is the directorial feature debut of Natalie Krinsky and was executive produced by the one and only Selena Gomez.

Starring Geraldine Viswanathan (Blockers) and Dacre Montgomery (Stranger Things), the film centres on a New York art gallery assistant who, following a break-up, creates a pop-up space for items from previous relationships.

The film wasn’t produced or distributed by Netflix so if you’re keen to see it as soon as possible you’ll have to seek it out elsewhere.

Of course, there is the chance that it could be added to the Netflix library down the line, but there is no reason to expect it to arrive this year.

Where to watch The Broken Hearts Gallery

The Broken Hearts Gallery is currently available to watch in UK cinemas.

Such cinema chains as Showcase, Odeon and Vue are screening the film from Friday, September 11th 2020.

We understand that some of you may still be apprehensive when it comes to flocking back to UK cinemas.

However, if you’re ready to venture back to the big screen then it’s worth checking the websites for the aforementioned cinemas to check local screening times.

The DVD is also available for preorder on Amazon, although a release date is yet to be confirmed.

What’s the verdict?

A number of audiences have already watched it in cinemas and taken the time to share their thoughts on Twitter.

Check out a selection of tweets:

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