With big plans to leave their small Iowan town, teenage lovers Annie (Jill Wagner) and Ben (Colin Egglesfield) elope. Their big city plans are halted, though, when Annie's parents have the marriage annulled, and Annie stays behind in Iowa to help her family. Fifteen years later, when Annie is engaged in Iowa and Ben is engaged in New York, they discover that their annulment was never finalized. Annie and Ben reunite to make their divorce legal, but find themselves reminiscing about what could have been if they had stayed together. As romantic feelings resurface, Annie and Ben must decide if their past love could also be their destined future.
Did You Know?
The character name for the chauffeur, Hector (portrayed by Bill Dow
), is a reference to the chauffeur character in The Princess Diaries
(2001), named Joe, but portrayed by Hector Elizondo
, Other than the obvious commonality of both characters being chauffeurs; both characters are also fully bald on top; both are later middle age; both drive black Lincoln Town Car limousines; both are fiercely loyal with clear affection for both their employer and their fish out of water new female charge; both generally only speak in response to a question or otherwise being spoken to, until taking the initiative to offer advice at one crucial turning point late in the film, first to one leading character, and then separately to the other leading character; both knowingly watch the back seat through the rear view mirror, occasionally nodding approval; and lastly, both are confirmed to be members of the leading character's family, and that they always will be.. See more
When leaving Ben's office after the reunion, Ben offers to set Annie up in the Corporate suite. He then leaves with his partner and Annie leaves with the driver Hector. In the next scene Annie is at a cafe. Ben arrives and when they leave Ben again offers to have Hector to the Corporate suite. See more
References The Princess Diaries
By Reba McIntyre See more