Gwen grows up with her romantic mother constantly telling her the story of her courtship and marriage to her father. Nick grows up with an alcoholic father who can't hold a job and whose family, as a result, is forced to move all the time. The two are shaped by this - Gwen a romantic and Nick withdrawn, unsure of himself - as they watch the hugely popular sixties sitcom, "One Big Happy Family." Years later, it is the star of that show, now a child actor gone bad with a history of detox and people always saying, "I thought she was dead," Francesca Lanfield, who connects the two of them, after years of near-misses and almost encounters. Gwen is hired to ghost-write Francesca's autobiography, while Nick, becoming her lover, is the architect who is to design a building on Francesca's property. When Gwen decides to crusade to save Francesca's building, she writes letters to the newspaper which catches Nick's attention - and wins his heart.Written by
Gary Dickerson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm not married.
A sweet girl like you? Why aren't you married?
You're not serious... I mean, listen. Um, being married is not necessarily the answer. My parents were married, okay?
I just will never understand why a darling girl...
Well because, its the end of the 20th century and we've reached this point where people are frightened, they are full of... fright! And besides I was too young to get married for years and I went directly from 'too young' directly to 'why aren't you married, what's ...
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watch it a second time, or maybe even a third, you'll be surprised...
the first time i saw Til there was you, i liked it for it's cuteness, but it kinda went by slowly...but then i had an urge to watch it again,and i was able to catch more about the connections between Nicholas and Gwen. i love how EVERY time i watch it, i discover some new path crossing i didn't catch before. i really do like this movie.
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