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Actors: Piper Perabo, Lena Headey, Matthew Goode, Celia Imrie, Anthony Head Director: Ol Parker Rating: Features: Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD, Full Screen, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC Running Time: 94 minutes Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 Release Date: June 27, 2006 Theatrical Release Date: 2005 Studio: 20th Century Fox
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Piper Perabo lights up the screen as Rachel, a blushing bride whose perfect nuptials take a surprising turn at the altar. An innocent glance between Rachel and an unexpected wedding guest is all it takes to spark a 'love at first sight' romance with a surprising twist -- the object of Rachel's affection is a smart and sensuous... woman! Their shocking romance causes quite a stir amongst her family and friends as Rachel is forced to choose between her husband and the girl of her dreams. Say 'I do' to the wonderfully witty film that Cosmopolitan calls "a refreshing romantic comedy."
Writer/director Ol Parker's debut takes its title from "Happy Together" by the Turtles "Imagine me and you / and you and me" and its inspiration from the romantic comedies of Richard Curtis Love Actually. There's a twist. Flower shop owner Luce Lena Headey, The Brothers Grimm is gay. Newlywed Rachel a convincingly UK-accented Piper Perabo, Lost and Delirious is straight. The two meet at Rachel's wedding--Luce designed the floral arrangements--and feel an instant connection. Rachel brushes it off. After all, the charming Heck Matthew Goode, Match Point was her best friend long before he became her husband. Shortly after the ceremony, however, she begins to feel as if something is missing. She starts making excuses to see Luce. First it's to thank her for the flowers, then it's to invite her to dinner with Heck and their on-the-make pal Cooper a hilarious Darren Boyd...who's crushed when he discovers that Luce prefers women. Rachel, meanwhile, finds married life pleasant enough, but only really feels alive when she's with Luce. It's tricky, because she loves Heck and doesn't want to hurt his feelings, so she and Luce decide to stop seeing each other. But the bond between the two is too powerful for either to resist. What it may lack in originality, Imagine Me & You makes up for in an enchanting soundtrack and sensitive performances from its three likable leads. --Kathleen C. Fennessy