Rachel is a lawyer. When she was in law school she fell for another student, Dex, who comes from an affluent family, but she was too shy to say anything. When Dex meets her best friend Darcy, who sometimes treats her like dirt, Darcy makes a move on Dex and gets him. Eventually, they get engaged and Darcy asks Rachel to be her Maid of Honor. However, Rachel still has feelings for Dex and still can't say anything. Darcy throws her a birthday party and Dex is there. When she and Dex are alone she blurts out that she had a thing for him in college which surprised him, and after drinking a little they spend the night together. They try to forget the whole thing and agree that it means nothing. Ethan, Rachel's close friend, tells her that she'll spend her entire life regretting that if she does nothing. Written by
It's a thin line between love and friendship.
6 May 2011 (USA)
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Love & Marriage
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Opening Weekend: £707,863
(6 May 2011)
(22 July 2011)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
During a scene set at an airport, one of the greeters is seen holding a sign for 'L. Greenfield' which is a reference to Luke Greenfield
, the film's director. See more
When everyone is playing badminton in the Hamptons, right before they start playing for secrets, Ethan opens an Heineken bottle. Few seconds later, he's opening it again. See more
You're like a shark.
That kind of hurts my feelings a little bit. I'm actually a pretty sensitive guy.
Once when I was nine years old, I saved the life of a chipmunk.
He fell out of our tree and almost died. He didn't know what to do, he couldn't even move. So I built a tiny little splint for his tiny, broken leg. And I carried him around in a BabyBjörn. And all the kids in my neighborhood, they laughed. They made fun of me, they threw rocks at me, but I didn't care. You...
Halfway through the end credits, a scene shows Darcy showing up in London to see Ethan, with the words "to be continued". See more
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