What We Re­ally Thought…

WE BET YOU’LL FALL In LOVE WITH Me Be­fore You, just LIKE WE did…

Look (UK) - - PROMOTION -

This film will leave you feel­ing like any­thing is pos­si­ble

Ev­ery so of­ten a film comes along that’s as up­lift­ing as it is tear­jerk­ing as it is bril­liant – and Me Be­fore You is just that.

While it starts as a work­ing re­la­tion­ship, watch­ing the two lead char­ac­ters get closer – as Lou tries to en­er­gise the re­cently in­jured Will – is much like The Note­book. In fact, see­ing their ro­mance play out will leave you feel­ing like any­thing is pos­si­ble.

The film is full of mag­i­cal mo­ments that we’ve talked about non-stop since leav­ing the cin­ema. Will want­ing to ‘spend one more mo­ment with a girl in a red dress’ gave us the same goosepim­ples as when Ross and Rachel first kissed. As if that’s not enough, there’s a bril­liant cameo from Joanna Lum­ley as well as a touch­ing speech by Bren­dan Coyle as Lou’s fa­ther.

Trust us when we say it’s a love story that will melt the hard­est, most cyn­i­cal of hearts. Round up your friends, pack plenty of tis­sues and pre­pare to fall for Me Be­fore You.

‘The chem­istry be­tween Sam and Emilia is off the scale, and I didn’t want it to end. This film will stay with you.’ Max­ine Eggen­berger, Look’s Se­nior Fash­ion News Writer

‘I cried, I laughed and I fell in love with Lou and Will. Me Be­fore You is just per­fect.’ Giselle Wain­wright, Look’s Fea­tures Edi­tor

‘A sweet, ro­man­tic film that had me sob­bing un­con­trol­lably by the end. In­cred­i­ble!’ Angie Joseph, Look’s Art Edi­tor

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