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My favourite film “The Vow“ is a 2002 American romantic drama film directed by Michael Sucsy and written by Stuart Sender. It was released February 10th, 2012 and the running time is 1004 minutes. The film is inspired (oder based) by a true story.

The story plays in Coloraso and tells a dramatic love story . The first main character is Rachel McAdamsa who plays Paige Collins,a 24-years old, beautiful, creative and lovable girl . The other main character is Channing Tatum who plays Leo Collins, the husband of Paige,a 25-years old, attractive, sentimental and thankful man (ein dankbarer Mann?).

The story begins in a small city in Colorado .Page and Leo, happily married for 4 years, on their way home, in a snowing night. At a stop sign, Paige unbluckles her seatbelt to lean over and kiss Leo (den Satz musst du komplett umstellen). At this moment, a truck rams into the back of their car  and Paige crashes through the windshield. Leo realizes the situation fast  and drives his heavily injured wife to the next hospital. Hours later a doctor tells Leo that Page has a serious head injury and will stay in a coma. Days later Page awakes and doesn't know who Leo is. She has partial recollection of her life until five years ago and she does not recognize anything from this time inclusive Leo . Her estranged parents Rita and Bill Thornos use the unusual situation to bring Paige back home. Leo decides to win back his big love, but her arrogant 30-year old ex-fiance Jeremy (Scott Speedmann) is courting Paige and she does not know why she had broken up with him.

It´s a heart-touching fantastic movie about love and pain for young and old. All actors play a credible and amazing role. The director built realistic special effects and good music into the film for every situation.

Nur offensichtliche Fehler korrigiert, nicht stilistisch. Auch mag ich einiges uebersehen haben. Ausserdem, hab' ich keine Ahnung ob BE oder AE unterrichtet wird.

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