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The re-telling of the story is an attempt to remind Allie, now wracked by dementia, of their burning romance.If the getting-together part didn’t make you weep, the old-but-no-less-intense love part will turn even the stoniest of hearts to slush. Theirs was the relationship we all yearned for; Noah the rugged-yet-emotional boyfriend we could only dream of.I was 17 and had never cried as much as I did that afternoon. It hardly merits re-telling the story – because I know not a person on this earth who hasn’t seen 'The Weepiest Film in Hollywood'.But, for those of you who have been living under a rock, here’s a whistle stop plot (spoiler alert).
I can remember, too, phoning the local cinema to reserve tickets for myself and my best friend.
Unashamedly treacly, it’s the tale of two lovers – Noah, played by Gosling, and Allie, played by Mc Adams – who fall for each other against their parents’ wishes.
Allie’s family moves away and the pair break up; meanwhile Noah enlists to fight in World War Two.
But I’m also angry at them, for perpetuating such a falsity.
My template for teenage romance has been shattered and too late for me to do anything about it.
“And Ryan came to me, and there’s 150 people standing in this big scene, and he says, ‘Nick come here.’ And he’s doing a scene with Rachel and he says, ‘Would you take her out of here and bring in another actress to read off camera with me? Eventually, like two elementary school kids who won’t stop chasing each other around the playground, Gosling and Mc Adams ended up dating.