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Imagine Me & You (2005)
I have read the reviews and I can see, that the viewers whom hated this flick, has contrary opinions to mine. I absolutely, loved, loved, loved "Imagine Me & You".
OMG, I can't tell you how many times I've analysed and learned something newer each time. Like, it took sixteen viewings to notice Ned was in the classroom along with Rachel, Luce and his wife (forgot her name, the Mum).
Didn't notice the penis shaped cactus until the director pointed it out in his commentary, gave me a chuckle.
Now, I'm starting to ask myself, when did Rachel actually fall in love?
If it was within three seconds after her double take, walking down the aisle, than she must have denied it during the punch bowl incident. I can tell you, she was starting to obsess her thoughts about Luce, while attending the Auction, ( the film covered, according to the writer Ol Parker, a four to six week span, not counting the Copa of six more months, in which Heck had the flight next to his future mate. So, it seems as though, Rachel was fighting her feelings- Yet being the "Top", (More aggressive and often pursuer in a gay relationship) especially during the after date near kiss and the first and only on screen lesbian kiss. (Can you even call it a lesbian relationship? I don't think you can cut the cloth as simple as that, I think she could have as easily fallen for another man instead)
Soul-Mates finding one another after 30 years, is probably really what happened here. I am a hopeless romantic, let me tell you, I've been seeking my Soul-mate for many decades and no matter what, I would not lie to my lover, but, I'd have to follow my heart and explore the new love. I wouldn't commit to anyone truly until then anyway, I'm not a cheater, but I'd rather remain single than to settle for less than true love. I've had far less than that and it's not worth it. I digress.
Anyway I have love for this movie, Regardless of their orientations
gay or straight characters, shouldn't and doesn't matter. It shows the audience, if you really look, how fairy tales, often, don't end with a Prince marrying a beauty, sometimes, a Queen marries a Lady.