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The Notebook
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director(s): Nick Cassavetes
Release Date: 01 January 2004
Movie rating: 7.9
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What is the movie The Notebook about?
Nick Cassavetes directed romance drama “The Notebook” wasn’t necessarily the critics’ darling, but the audiences ate it up like a bowl of ice cream on a hot summer day. The film, adapted from a novel of the same name written by Nicholas Sparks, pairs Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams as a romantic couple in a love story for the ages. The film opens with an old man named Duke reading from a notebook to an elderly woman in a nursing home. His story begins in 1940, when a 17 year old Noah Calhoun (Gosling), a 17 year old lowly country boy falls in love with Allie Hamilton (McAdams), a daughter of wealthy parents. The two teens enjoy a summer of love, and one day Noah takes Allie to an abandoned house which he intends to one day buy and rebuild for the two of them. They are separated when a police search party set up by Allie’s parents finds the young lovers. Noah goes to fight in WWI and Allie volunteers at a hospital for the injured soldiers, where she meets a handsome, wealthy lawyer and gets engaged to him. Noah comes home and learns that his father has sold his house so Noah could buy the abandoned house he promised Allie. Noah rebuilds the house. Allie pays a visit to him there, and the two rekindle their flame of love. By this time it is revealed that the two old people from the beginning of the movie, are in fact Allie (who suffers from dementia) and Noah.
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