Rachel is a nice girl who is going to marry Hector ('Heck'), her longtime boyfriend. While she is working on the wedding preparations she meets wedding-florist Luce and unexpectedly falls in love with her and discovers what having love feelings for another woman is like. Rachel meets Luce a few times, hiding it from her family, especially her mother Tessa who contracted Luce. At the same time Heck tries to win his in-laws' affections, especially father-in-law Ned, Rachel embarks on marriage and daily life with her husband, but her love and passion for Luce causes a secret affair between them and doubts in Rachel about the life she wants for herself.Written by
The DVD audio commentary reveals that the original title of the film was Click (2006). However, the production of an Adam Sandler film of the same name required a change. See more »
Luce is standing in front a flower wreath. When Coop asks her to dance at the reception, he stands at her right side. In the next shot Coop is on her left side, the flowers disappear, and Rachel and Heck are dancing behind them. See more »
I met this girl... but she's with someone else.
Does she love you?
I don't know... no... yes... but it doesn't matter.
[gently caresses Luce's face]
Oh... it's all that matters.
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It's so rare to see a film that actually shows people who have a conscience, and are able to truly love each other. This one breaks the mold in a way that is touching, funny, moving, and realistic. All of these characters are so likable, it's a pleasure to watch them. This is a very rewarding movie experience. The dialogue touched my heart, but not in a way that made me feel like I was being manipulated. So often films are "too cool" to show people who truly care about each other, but this one is brave enough to show that what really adds value to our lives is loving each other, and going for true passion is what keeps us vibrant.
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