“Last Letter From Your Lover” kicks off with Ellie Haworth (Felicity Jones), a journalist who is totally uninterested in romance but must write about the recent death of an editor at the newspaper for which she worked.
This leads to her explore the editor’s archive where she finds a love letter that has been mistakenly placed in the wrong box. It is addressed to someone identified only as “J” and written by “Boot”.
As the story unfolds, we discover that Jennifer Stirling (Shailene Woodley) is married to Laurence (Joe Alwyn). While the couple travels to the French Riviera for the summer, Laurence is interviewed by a foreign correspondent Anthony O’Hare (Callum Turner).
At first, O’Hare is not impressed with the Stirlings; he is overheard insulting them and their spoiled lifestyle. To make up for it, O’Hare invites the couple for lunch, but Laurence is unable to attend, which sets the stage for romance between Jennifer and Anthony. It also gives Anthony the name, “Boot” when she asks if he is William Boot. They adopt the moniker when they begin exchanging love letters.
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It is forbidden love for these two. However, eventually, Anthony invites Jennifer to run away with him. It does not happen though, because Jennifer is injured in a car accident on the way to the train station. The accident causes her to lose her memories of Anthony and her life with her husband. She sees only flashes of her past and has no idea where she was heading before the accident.
In the present day, Ellie becomes deeply moved by the letters, learns that “J” and “Boot” are alive and sets off to interview them. Ellie encourages Anthony to write one last letter to win his one true love.
“The Last Letter From Your Lover” is based on a 2012 novel of the same name that was written by Jojo Moyes, according to Decider.
If you are a romantic and a true believer in true love, then you should head to Netflix to watch this film.
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