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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Also Known As:
Love & Marriage
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Opening Weekend: £707,863
(8 May 2011)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
Hilary Swank was cast but dropped out. Ginnifer Goodwin later replaced her. See more
During the badminton game Dex throws the shuttle in the air to serve, contravening badminton rules 9.1.5 & 9.1.6 which state the shuttle must be hit below the waist line and the racket must be pointing in a downward direction. See more
What the hell was that?
Me? You broke my nose.
I'm sure I didn't break your nose.
God. And what is all this about us having sex? Jesus, Rachel, just leave me out of your goddamn soap opera.
No one asked you to get involved, Ethan.
Really? So why have I been listening to this bullshit all summer? Rachel, do something. Because this is just pathetic. But you know what? At the end of the day, you two deserve each other 'cause he's never gonna do anything. You're never gonna ask him to, and let's be...
Halfway through the end credits, a scene shows Darcy showing up in London to see Ethan, with the words "to be continued". See more
References The Remains of the Day
from the motion picture Fatal Attraction (1987)
Written and Performed by Maurice Jarre
Courtesy of Paramount Pictures See more