Rated PG-13 · 108 minutes · 2011

Jim Sturgess and Anne Hathaway star in the story of two friends’ lives over a roughly 20-year span. The twist here is that the film only shows the viewer one day each year: July 15, the anniversary of the day they met. Sometimes on this day, they are together, and sometimes they are not, but their lives still intersect in one way or another. At first, the couple’s paths take dramatically different turns, with him becoming famous and her wallowing in a dead-end job, trying to become a writer. However, both blossom in different ways and succumb to their mutual feelings. Their friendship and eventual union is both sweet and real, played to romantic perfection by Sturgess and Hathaway. Theirs is like a real love affair, making this seem like more than just a regular romance film. It’s refreshing to see characters who grow and change, something that is so rarely seen in film these days. The film does have its tragic moments, but the lessons learned are invaluable. Simply put, this is an amazing romantic film that needs to be seen.
Official Site: focusfeatures.com/one_day
Director: Lone Scherfig
Producer: Nina Jacobson and Tessa Ross
Cast: Anne Hathaway, Jim Sturgess, Patricia Clarkson, Ken Stott, Romola Garai, Rafe Spall, Jodie Whittaker, Tom Mison, Joséphine de La Baume, Heida Reed, Georgia King, Tom Arnold and Lorna Gayle



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The Coast Halifax One Day isn't quite enough Ambitious concept doesn't work in practise for romantic drama by Molly Segal 08/18/2011
Charleston City Paper A relationship overcomes the contrived gimmick of One Day That's the way you get a cynical, arms-folded critic to suspend disbelief: Build a relationship strong enough that I start to care about all those other days. by Scott Renshaw 08/17/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Schmaltzy but sweet: One Day A film that does what you ask of a romance: It gives you two interesting people and a reason to hope that they wind up happy. by Scott Renshaw 08/18/2011
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Boise Weekly The Projector: Movies opening Friday, Aug. 19 A remake of a frightful night; a Cimmerian barbarian; the future of Anne Hathaway; and a beauty contestant who forces fried chicken and herself on a Mormon missionary; and a slew of special screenings. It's all at the movies. 08/19/2011
Memphis Flyer Day After Day High-concept romance One Day is a believable catalog of regrets and hard-won contentment. by Chris Herrington 08/18/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week One Day, Conan the Barbarian, Fright Night and other film events around town. 08/18/2011

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