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Truly, Madly, Deeply (Methuen screenplay) [Paperback]

Anthony Minghella

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12 Aug 1991 Methuen screenplay
Nina - successful, bright and funny - lives in a dingy North London flat with bad plumbing and a plague of rats. Her lover Jamie has died and no amount of attention from new men or a fulfilling career can ease the pain of her grief. Then Jamie comes back.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Read. You'll laugh out loud at the imagery... 13 July 1999
By PThornton@corp.pbsj.com - Published on Amazon.com
This is just an excellent read! You'll laugh out loud at the imagery played out by Minghella's skills as a writer. The film is a joy to behold, but if you can't get the film, the screenplay is just as enjoyable. Maybe moreso in that the reader can conjure the characters in his imagination.
4.0 out of 5 stars Witty, fun and touching--all in one book! 18 Nov 1999
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I saw the movie before I read this screenplay, but I enjoyed both immensely. I"m a huge Alan Rickman fan, and recommend TMD wholeheartedly in whatever form you can get it.
If you're not familiar with the plot, the main character, Nina, is still unable to recover from the death of her lover, Jamie; the speculation is that it's been over a year. Then, after an unusually bad evening, he comes back, in the flesh, as if he were willed by Nina's pleas. Instead, Jamie helps her to grow, to open her eyes to the life around her, while making her unbelievably happy (at first). The book provides a lesson for everyone who needs their eyes opened. Anthony Minghella is a classic writer/director--he take any love story and turn it into something new.
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