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Imagine Me & You
     

Imagine Me & You

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Director: Ol Parker, Piper Perabo, Lena Headey, Matthew Goode

Cast: Ol Parker, Piper Perabo, Lena Headey, Matthew Goode

 
A new bride finds she's tempted to leave her husband under circumstances she never anticipated in this romantic comedy-drama. Rachel (Piper Perabo) and Heck (Matthew Goode) are longtime sweethearts who have decided to take the plunge and get married, but on the day of their wedding, while Rachel is walking down the aisle, she finds herself struck by the beauty of Luce

Overview

A new bride finds she's tempted to leave her husband under circumstances she never anticipated in this romantic comedy-drama. Rachel (Piper Perabo) and Heck (Matthew Goode) are longtime sweethearts who have decided to take the plunge and get married, but on the day of their wedding, while Rachel is walking down the aisle, she finds herself struck by the beauty of Luce (Lena Headey), who has been hired to do the floral arrangements for the ceremony. While Rachel thinks little of this at first, she finds she can't get Luce out of her mind, and when Rachel invites Luce over to dinner in hopes of fixing her up with Coop (Darren Boyd), Heck's best friend and best man, she learns the lovely florist is a lesbian. When Rachel and Luce meet again while shopping, they strike up a friendship that deepens into something more, until Rachel declares her attraction to Luce -- and Luce reveals she feels the same way. Rachel has never had a relationship with a woman before, and while she's fallen deeply in love with Luce, she isn't at all sure of what to do next, and Heck soon realizes something has gone wrong in their marriage. Produced under the title Click, Imagine Me & You was the first directorial credit for screenwriter Ol Parker.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/27/2006
UPC:
0024543247258
Original Release:
2005
Rating:
R
Source:
Fox Searchlight
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Time:
1:33:00
Sales rank:
16,765

Special Features

Closed Caption; Commentary by director/writer Ol Parker; Q&A with director and cast; Personal statement by director Ol Parker; Deleted & extended scenes with director's commentary

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Piper Perabo Rachel
Lena Headey Luce
Matthew Goode Heck
Celia Imrie Tessa
Anthony Head Ned
Darren Boyd Cooper
Sue Johnston Ella
Boo Jackson H
Sharon Horgan Beth
Eva Birthistle Edie
Vinette Robinson Zina
Ben Miles Rob
John Thompson Priest
Mona Hammond Mrs Edwards
Rick Warden Gordon
Ruth Sheen Mrs Webster
Philip Bird Auctioneer
Justine Mitchell Laura
Gerard Horan Trevor
Angel Coulby Anna
Ben Willbond David Steele
Krishan Naidoo Natesh
Sharon Duncan-Brewster Ms Fosley
James Thorne Michael 1
Tom McKay Michael 2
Andrew Dunford Mr Cornell
Kellie Bright Terri
Carl M. Smith Singing Cyclist

Technical Credits
Ol Parker Director,Screenwriter
Deborah Aquila Casting
Stefan Arndt Executive Producer
Sophie Balhetchet Producer
Philip Bergkvist Associate Producer
Consolata Boyle Costumes/Costume Designer
Ben Davis Cinematographer
Melanie Dicks Asst. Director
Richard Field Art Director
Liz Gallagher Musical Direction/Supervision
Nina Gold Casting
Alex Heffes Score Composer
Lynda La Plante Executive Producer
Alex Mackie Editor
Sharon Martin Makeup
Eve Mavrakis Production Designer
Bill Shapter Associate Producer
James Spring Executive Producer
Andro Steinborn Producer
Barnaby Thompson Producer
David M. Thompson Executive Producer
Tricia Wood Casting

Scene Index

Disc #1, Side A -- Imagine Me & You - Pan and Scan
1. Wedding Day [5:24]
2. And Then I Saw Her [:33]
3. At the Reception [1:00]
4. The Invitation [5:04]
5. Dinner Debate [1:44]
6. Confiding in Coop [4:15]
7. Outing Luce [2:01]
8. Figuring it Out [3:58]
9. Love and Fireworks [:43]
10. The Game [3:33]
11. The Definition of Lilies [1:44]
12. Trouble in Paradise? [:11]
13. Something Right or Something Wrong [5:39]
14. Ending It [1:03]
15. Love Is All That Matters [4:52]
16. Coming Clean [1:50]
17. Listen to Your Heart [4:20]
18. Shoulder to Lean On [:17]
19. Chasing Luce [3:05]
20. Imagine Me & You/End Titles [2:30]
Disc #1, Side B -- Imagine Me & You - Widescreen
1. Wedding Day [5:24]
2. And Then I Saw Her [:33]
3. At the Reception [1:00]
4. The Invitation [5:04]
5. Dinner Debate [1:44]
6. Confiding in Coop [4:15]
7. Outing Luce [2:01]
8. Figuring it Out [3:58]
9. Love and Fireworks [:43]
10. The Game [3:33]
11. The Definition of Lilies [1:44]
12. Trouble in Paradise? [:11]
13. Something Right or Something Wrong [5:39]
14. Ending It [1:03]
15. Love Is All That Matters [4:52]
16. Coming Clean [1:50]
17. Listen to Your Heart [4:20]
18. Shoulder to Lean On [:17]
19. Chasing Luce [3:05]
20. Imagine Me & You/End Titles [2:30]

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Imagine Me & You 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
BeYourOwnReason More than 1 year ago
There are so many layers to enjoy about this movie but first and foremost, it is a wonderful screenplay that just tells a great story - well written and provides just enough information for the audience to get drawn in. All the characters are sweet, charming, and endearing in their own way. The actors all have marvelous chemistry which helps draw us in to the story. What a coup to be able to write a story about a complicated situation and still have the audience championing ALL the characters. The cinematography of Ben Davis is absolutely gorgeous and begs to be seen. This is a fabulous gem of a movie that one can watch over again because it's just good story telling.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is not about love and commitment or about gay versus straight marriage. It's about great story telling, great screen play writing, great directing and great acting. These things all very rarely happen together. Not a second of this movie should be changed (except the standing on cars thing at the end.) If Hollywood doesn't know how to do this stuff anymore, I'm glad someone still knows how to recreate love on screen.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this movie! It's so cute and funny. The characters are well written and it is a realistic plot. It's about love at first sight which I greatly believe is the most unique and cherished of romances.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was okay but felt that it could have been so much better. The basic concept of the film Rachel (Piper Perabo) married Heck (Matthew Goode) and on her wedding day falls in love with Lucy (Lena Headey), was a new and exciting concept that should have been used to show the audience that love is good, in any form and between any two people. Instead, it said that love should be gone after at any cost whether you hurt those you care about or not. To me that sent a not so good message. I never felt the chemistry between Rachel and Lucy, or any sympathy towards them and their love. Instead, I spent the entire movie thinking of Rachel as selfish and irresponsible, not good feelings to have towards your main character. The only character in the movie with any morals was Heck, the poor husband. I expected a beautiful story of how love can be, whether with someone of the same sex or a different sex, and instead was shown how irresponsible, and careless, people can be when they believe they are in love. Rachel's character never seemed to really care about Heck, or even Lucy, for that matter. She wanted what she wanted when she wanted it. When she wanted Heck, she was with him, and when she wanted Lucy, she was with her, caring nothing for the damage she was causing to either. And honestly, I never bought Lucy and Rachel's love for one another. I could buy the friendship, but the "being in love" thing never worked. It seemed like Rachel never even considered being in love with Lucy, or having feelings for her that weren't simple friendship, until she found out about Lucy's sexual orientation. Then all of a sudden we are expected to believe that it's love. I could see where the director wanted me to go in this movie, and yet he never gave me the avenues to get there. His choice of actors was not the problem. Matthew Goode was superb, so much so that you relate more to his character than the others. His character was the only one who seemed to have any depth, like he was the character they meant to center the movie around, and the others were afterthoughts. Lena Headey was also fantastic, though certainly underused. Her character seemed to care more about what she was doing to Heck and Rachel's marriage than Rachel's did. And you could tell she was guilty about it. I found Piper Perabo to be wooden, as seems to be the case often. No depth, no real feeling, I felt absolutely nothing towards her character and couldn't have cared less about her wants or desires or what happened to her in the end. The director must have known that it would be hard to feel anything towards the main character (Rachel) but disgust, and so at the end put something in there to show us that Heck would be alright. The portrayal of Heck is the only thing that has me giving it a 3 star rating other then that it’s decent love story.