A quick witted, edgy romantic dramedy about a young successful Manhattan investment banker living the charmed life about to marry the woman of his dreams who, a month before his wedding, ...
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Michael Adam Hamilton,
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David Alanson Bradberry
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A quick witted, edgy romantic dramedy about a young successful Manhattan investment banker living the charmed life about to marry the woman of his dreams who, a month before his wedding, meets and unexpectedly falls in love with a charismatic man from his past. Written by
Fox Meadow Films
"The One" is truthful in its message - do not take people for granted.
There is much to be said for this film. It is deep and filled with lots of unexpected turns. I specially enjoyed this film because it dives into the realm of real raw emotion-just the way people feel and think. The way the main character is conflicted about his values vs his true emotions mixed with societal/family expectations was developed very well. The film is also a very intelligent, well crafted piece of real life and about how things work out due to unforeseen circumstances. It is also a cautionary tale of what happens when you allow true relationships to linger for too long without really showing the way you feel. People, as with life, move on, so the message to the story is clear. Do not take people for granted because once that relationship that was special is gone, it is hard to regress back to how things were. In short, "The One" is about living life to the fullest with all of its consequences. Definitely worth watching.
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