The Magic of Ordinary Days (2005)

Rated NR

I absolutely adore this film. I love the simplicity of it; the natural flow of the story. This film is more than just a simple love story, it goes deeper.  We follow two people who came from different worlds, fall in love with each other. Complementing this love story is a historical story involving Japanese Americans in internment camps. The two stories intertwine together surprisingly well. I  heard that there is a sequel in the works, which I am excited for. The chemistry between the two actors, Skeet Ulrich and Keri Russell, imply that they should secure them for the sequel. If not, don’t make the sequel.

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