1Night is a touching, thought-provoking, coming-of-age romance. Stars Justin Chatwin (Shameless) and Anna Camp (Pitch Perfect) are completely convincing in their roles as jaded lovers trying to rekindle the passionate flame they shared in their youth. Likewise, Isabelle Fuhrman (The Orphan) and Kyle Allen (The Path) perfectly portray both the awkwardness—and tenderness—of teen love and existential angst. The film depicts a chance encounter between two distinct couples, one old, one young, and each reflects disparate aspects of being in love. The interconnected nature of the characters' stories makes for an engaging viewing experience. As their narrative arcs weave in and out of one another's, their relationships grow stronger, and their hopes, dreams, fears, and motivations become more complex and fully-realized. In that respect, the film feels like a two-in-one; the elder couple's arc plays out similarly to the cerebral and bittersweet romance Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, while the joyful (and puerile) relationship between the younger couple hearkens to the exuberant indie romance (500) Days of Summer. What's more, the ending—which I refuse to spoil here for anyone—puts M. Night Shyamalan (Sixth Sense, Split) to shame.