If Only (2004) Script

I'm really gonna miss you, you know that?

Sam, it's just a couple of weeks.

Which is gonna seem like an eternity, right?

An eternity, and then some.

Oh, it's better, you bloody Englishman Say it again. Say what?

I love hearing you say English swear words. Say 'bloody'

Hm, 'bloody'

Now, say 'bugger' 'Bugger'

You bugger, you bloody bugger.

That's the word.

Oh, crap! Oh, you smooth talker, you.

I have to get dressed, run through my notes, rehearse my presentation.

Have a nervous breakdown, ignore your half-naked girlfriend. Give me two seconds.


Just stay right there and don't move your cute British butt.

Don't tell me, there's a gift. There's a gift.

There's always a gift. It makes me feel very guilty.

Well, that is the general idea.

I have a present, too. I'll give it to you later because it's a surprise.

Great. I love surprises.


It's perfect. I know.

Vintage, Portobello road. It's only ten pounds.

And it does come with this.

Nice lining. Silk.


I have to get ready, you know how important this meeting is.

If it goes well, you know what that could mean.



Please, have mercy.

You know, that's what I was thinking, that after you close the deal and knock them dead... it would be a perfect time to step back, relax, and...

And? And go to Ohio. Sam.

I really want you to go to my mom's wedding with me. You can meet everyone.

You're not coming?

I tried to free things up but you know... you know how hectic work's been.

I'm really sorry.

That's okay.

Look, I'm really sorry to let you down about Indiana.


Bugger! I'm sorry, again.

I'm just going to have to meet your mom at the next wedding.

What wedding?

Ours. Next year.

Me? Marry you?

A guy who confuses the buckeye state with the hoosier state? I don't think so.

I'm gonna take a shower now. Be my guest.

# London Bridge is falling down, # my fair lady.

Sam? # London Bridge is falling down...

Sam! # ...falling down, falling down, # my fair lady.

I am cool. Ready for breakfast? Bon appetite.

Hey, I don't care how big this meeting is. You are going to eat.

Sorry, there's no time.

Aw, I'm such a klutz.

Show me.

Better? Much.


'One day accessing one's genetic make-up will be as easy as running a credit check.'

'That knowledge gives us the power to alter our destiny.'

Alter destiny? You believe that?

Yeah, of course I do. I'm telling you in the next fifty years...

People are still going to die.

It'll still rain right after you wash your car, and the Stones will still be touring.

That stuff's out of your control. The only things you can control are your own choices.


Well, that would be the other point of view.

But I really don't have time to debate destiny. I'm just practicing my speech.

Excuse me.

In case we don't talk later. Dinner tonight, Tantra, seven o'clock.

Tonight, seven o'clock? You're kidding, right?

Kidding? Not that I'm aware of.

My concert.

The one I've been preparing for for three years. Ring a bell?

Yeah. Your graduation concert. I didn't forget that. That's...

Tonight. Seven o'clock.

I'm an ass.

I'm so sorry, Sam. Really I can't believe I did that.

Good luck. In your meeting. Not that you need it. You're gonna be great.

I'm sorry.

You've got to be kidding me. Uh!

Oh, no, the stupid jerk.

You know, don't be late. I'll take care of this. I'll see you tonight at the concert.

Concert? What concert?

I was kidding. Kidding, you see, because it turns out I forgot the thing and...

Oh, this must be that British sense of humor I keep hearing about.

Okay. I'll see you tonight.

'Gentlemen, we at AGS are not only at the forefront of biotech...'

Not the forefront, the vanguard!


What happened?

I cracked it this morning.

But it says eleven o'clock.

Well, the hands must have moved.

At least it'll be right twice a day.

Do me a favor.

Call Tantra, push my reservation to nine.

And have someone dash over to Harvey Nicks. I need a present for Samantha...

For Samantha's graduation concert.

How did you remember that?

I'm not sure, could be because she told me, she sent you an invitation which is on your desk, we programmed the date into your palm...

Okay, got it, got it. Thanks.

Anyway, I promised her a surprise.

So, how about a sweater? Something cashmere.

Red! Red's her favorite color.

She's already got one.

A red cashmere sweater. She was wearing it last time she was here.

She went on and on about how much she loved it.

Really? Where was I?

Right next to her.

'You have no idea...'

'what I feel inside'

'Hold me, babe'

Sorry to make you pick me up all the way over here.

Don't know why I put up with you.

Pick up, pick up... Cute hair!

Shit. Voicemail.

I just found your blue folder. The one with all the notes in it.

I'm on the way to the hotel, right now.


Sorry, sorry.

Ladies, gentlemen, today we are given an opportunity to help mankind.

Excuse me, sir. Yes?

Could you please take this folder into the conference room for me?

My... Mr. Wyndham's expecting it.

I'm sorry, Miss, but that's against hotel policy.

But he could lose his job.

That's tragic.

But alas, not my problem.

God, even when you guys are nasty it sounds polite.

Now, in terms of your investments... shit. Briefcase is open. I have to go in.

Excuse me for interrupting, Mr. Wyndham.

This is for you, I just thought that you might need the exact same folder you already have.

I see.

Okay, well...

False alarm. Terribly sorry.

I just thought... I just wanted to make sure you... he had everything he needed.

Because he worked so hard on it.

I mean, really dedicated... and he deserves for this to all go perfectly.

Not like this. This is my fault. Me.

So anyway, really nice to meet all of you.

You were right, they really are a serious-looking bunch.

In a good way.

So, in conclusion...

Ian's good. Give him the money. See you later.

So, move on, shall we?

I forgot my purse.

He already had the folder. Take this folder.

I never want to see it again.

I think that went well. Did it?

Yeah, the glaring, the awkwardness. The cold stare from Ian.

Just what I was hoping for.

I think I talked too much.

You? Come on, let's go to work.

There's a guy there who loves your delightfully impulsive nature.

I can't do it. I'm bad.

Come here.

You are not bad. Do you know why?

Because if you were bad, then that would mean I was a bad teacher... and in fact I am a fabulous teacher, right?

Hence, you couldn't possibly be bad.

You've got a point.

Come on. Let's all play together.

You're ready? One, two, three...

Did you land the money then?

I had them, I had them in the palm of my hand.

I can't believe Samantha pulled that stunt right after...

She spent all morning being peeved at me for 'not being in the moment' or some such bollocks.

All birds are like that.

Yeah, especially the yanks. Where do they come up with them?


Oh, right.

You're up guys.

Excuse me, Miss. I couldn't help but notice that you work here.

I was just wondering what time you... knock off?

Oh, just piss off, will you?

Oh, shit. Sorry, mate.

That's all right, mate. Sorry. I should be heading off anyway.

Samantha. Right. See you later, boys.

Bye bye, Romeo.

I think she liked you. Definitely liked you, mate.

I just need an objective person to tell me if the surrealist nudes should go on the east wall... or whether I should put the multiple phallus sculptures there. they look pretty amazing when the sun hits them.

I bet they do.

Is that Ian?

What's he doing?

The surprise.

Clifton Hall, please.

That's a music school, isn't it?

Yeah, there's a concert there tonight.

Your girlfriend's a musician?

That's right.

And you're having problems with your love life.

How in the world did you know that?

People in my profession are second only to barmen in knowing about the problems of the heart.

So what's the trouble?

Ah, don't wanna talk about it.

That's a good idea. The thing will probably just fix itself.

Well, I can't seem to make her happy.

How can you love someone so much and not know how... how to love her?

So you do love her?

Yes, very much.

Yeah, well, that's all that matters.

She's going away tomorrow, for two weeks.

And she wants me to go with her.

What if she never came back?

What sort of a question is that?

Well, come on, picture it. You wave goodbye at the airport, she gets on an airplane... you never see her again.

Could you live with that?


No, I couldn't.

Well, you know what to do.

Appreciate her, and what you have.

Just love her.

It's not for another two blocks.

You can't show up empty-handed.

You know, if Ian bought a ticket and if he's coming home with me, that's really sweet. I mean maybe he's coming around.

I hope so. You deserve it.

And if Ian doesn't know that, he's nothing but a fuckwit.

You always know exactly what to say.

Now remember, you are the bee's knees.

It's a good thing. Have a great time tonight.

Thank you. Bye.

Next, Melvina Walters will sing...

Juliet's waltz, by Gounod.

Hey. Thanks.

You ready?

Uh, yeah. I'll see you later.

Enjoy the great trip.

Oh, hey, Oliver, oh, you made it, hi!

Are you kidding? He wouldn't have missed it for the world.

She was the best one.

I love Miss Andrews. Everyone does.

If I was just a few years older...


This is for you. Oh, well... Thank you.

Ian, is this not just the cutest card?

Yeah. We should go.

Well, I... That's okay, We need to go, too.

It was a disaster, Dunbar passed, Trahern is pissed and I'm screwed.

God, Ian, I'm so sorry... Forget it.

So... What else is going on?

Lottie has an exhibit tomorrow.

Some bigshot gallery, the 'Zinc'.

And I went down there this afternoon to help her...

Sounds like fun.

Wanna dance?

When have you ever seen me dance?

So where did you go this afternoon after your meeting? I called your cell like a zillion times.

Oh, I turned it off, I didn't wanna hear from anyone.

I spent the rest of the day walking around the city, thinking.


About us, and whether we were gonna make it.

No, I didn't mean that, you don't understand.

You have to admit our morning was not the greatest, and the meeting was...

Well, I was wondering what to do, and then I met this cab driver, and we talked.

A cab driver, you talked...

Sounds weird, but it was good, really.

He made me realize that even though you and I have problems, we share a lot, too.

We enjoy each other, and I should appreciate that.

It's underneath everything and despite this awful day, I adore you.

I guess what I'm saying is, I...

I wanna soldier on.

I really do.



No what?

I don't wanna "soldier on".

Ian, if I were to stay in London now, it would only be for you. For us.

And I would do that in a heartbeat... if I thought that we were really special.

We are. Really?

You never tell me how you feel, or talk about yourself.

You don't wanna meet my family. You forgot my graduation.

We ran into my favorite student, and you act as if he has something contagious.

Ian, I know you have the best intentions... but I just feel like I'm a very high second priority for you.

That hurts.

And the worst part is I'm starting to get used to it.

I don't understand.

I know.

It's what kills me.

If there'd just been one day, Ian... one day, when nothing else mattered for us...

I adore you. I don't wanna be adored.

I wanna be loved.

Where are you going?

Spend the night at Lottie's, to the airport tomorrow and then...

I can't do this anymore.

I saw you at the travel agency today.

Where are you going?

Johannesburg, business.

Samantha, Samantha wait, please. Will you, please?

You can't do this to me. You can't leave me.

What are you saying? You're saying that I'll never see you again?

Are you coming or not?

In or out, my friend? It's your choice.


No, Samantha!

Baby, baby please no!

Baby, baby please...

Help me, help me, help me!

So sorry.

I wanted to be with her...

I really did.

How can this have happened? How can she be gone?

"Got a part-time job teaching music to kids. There's a really cool art teacher there named Lottie. Insane in all the best ways."

"Met a great guy, his name is Ian. Great Kisser, Killer Smile. Let's see what happens."

"I've been working on this song about me and Ian. I want to give it to him before I go away, but I'm afraid I'll scare him so I bought him a jacket instead."

"They say there's always someone in a relationship who loves more. Oh God, I wish it wasn't me."

"Love Will Show You Everything"

Read one word, and I'll kill you.

I was just kidding!

You're, you're, you're here!

Yes, yes, and you're scaring me.

I, I, I...




Okay, I'm gonna approach you, and... and now I'm gonna hug you.

It's okay, everything's gonna be okay.

I'm really gonna miss you.

Me too, I really will miss you, Sam. I hope you know that.

I do. It's important that you believe me.

I believe you.

And I would hate... hate for you to have to go through so much pain.

So instead of missing me, why don't you come with me to Ohio?


You're definitely not coming.

I can't.

Of course you can't, work, I know, big meeting...

I... I had a meeting... and you... you...

Okay. Ian, calm down. Calm down.

Look, you're very prepared for today and you're gonna be great.

Don't go anywhere. What are you doing?

Sit, don't move your cute British butt. Don't look.

There's a gift. There's a gift.

This can't be happening.

Well, of course it can. I like buying things for you, and I wanna say goodbye properly.

Portobello road. 10 pounds!

Plus, look at this.

Oh, my God!

Okay, not the reaction I was looking for.

I'm sorry, I just... I had a terrible nightmare. And I can't seem to...

I can't seem to get rid of it.

I... and you...


We... should... eat?

Yes, yes! We should have breakfast.

Let's have breakfast, together.


Oh, I am the coolest.

Samantha? Samantha! Watch out, the coffee pot!

I see it, Crazy Yelling Man.

I know, I just thought you might hurt yourself.


Oh, I'm sorry. Am I too loud?

No. I was actually hoping that you'd sing.

Oh, you need to get out more.

You are a great songwriter. And you need to let people see that.

It's an amazing gift.

You're biased.

That's true.

Oh, God, I am such a klutz.

You burned yourself on the hand.

Keen powers of observation.

Ian, what is wrong with you? I burn myself with that damn thing every other day.

You do?

Yes, I do.

What are you doing?

We always go that way.

And do you know why?


Because that's where you work and I teach.

Let's try a new way. Loop around. It might be fun!

I like this route better, don't you?

Care to explain?

I just thought the scooter seemed a little... speedy.

Watch where you're going!

You've got to be kidding me.

It wasn't a dream.


All these things that are happening today, every single one, I already knew they would happen.

What do you mean?

The leather jacket. The burn. The Coca Cola spilled on your sweater.

I already saw or dreamt those things. Some happened a little differently, but...

Okay Ian, calm down. You know, sometimes I've had deja vu, and it...

But it's not deja vu. In deja vu... it feels like it's already happened. You don't know what's going to happen.

Alright. What happened in the dream that freaked you out so badly?

It was...

It was awful.

Okay. Let's be logical about this.

In your dream or vision, or whatever, what happens next?

You go back to the apartment to wash your sweater and I go to my meeting.

That is awful?

On the way to my meeting my watch cracks.

Okay. So here's what we're gonna do.

We'll walk to your office together. And if your watch cracks... then we'll know something is going on, and we'll deal with it.


Almost there.

We're holding hands. I like holding hands.

Me too.

Do you have the time?

Sorry. Watch. Sore subject.

It's fine.

You're just nervous.

You're right, I'm sure you're right.

So, are you okay? Ready for the meeting?


Good luck. Not that you need it. You're gonna be great.

I'll see you tonight at the concert.

Concert? What concert?

I was kidding. That was me kidding.

You know, the British sense of...

Never mind.


Yeah, see you tonight.

Do me a favor. Call Tantra and push my reservation to nine.

And have someone dash over to Harvey Nicks. I need a present for...

For Samantha's graduation concert? You forgot, didn't you? I reminded you twice.

Yes. No. I don't know. I don't know if I did or didn't forget.

I forgot yesterday, but I don't think I forgot today.

Did you wear that yesterday?

Quite possibly.

On the pittance you pay me I've only got a couple of things.

Claire, can I ask you a question?

If you must.

Did you ever have a dream and the next day everything feels familiar?

You know, like it's from the dream?

Yes. I have. For example last night I dreamt that you would bore me to death first thing this morning, and lo and behold...

Come on. Seriously.



Ian, I believe dreams are very important.

They should be listened to.

You really think so?


And I also believe that you should get over to that meeting... or you'll be sacked, and I'll be on the dole.

And those are AGS's main objectives.

To design new ways to treat, cure, or prevent the countless illnesses that inflict humankind.

I'm happy and more than a little proud to report... that AGS is way ahead of the competition in this area.


in terms of your investments...

these 7-year projections will clearly document everything we've discussed so far.

We've amortized the cost of the research over a 10-year period.

I knew it! I knew you'd be here!


You've heard my pitch, and I can tell by the unbridled excitement on your faces...

Come on, guys. Settle down. This is not a party.

This research isn't about perfect projections or amortized costs or about beating the competition.

It's about giving people the most precious gift possible... time.

This is a great opportunity, and I say grab it.

What do you think?

Did you land the money? I did.

And it was the strangest thing because the other time when Samantha walked into the meeting, I thought she messed everything up.

Oh, I didn't tell you guys about the dream I had.

Of course not, because that would be tonight.

Okay, then. Tell us about the dream.

It's more of a deja vu.

Ah, deja vu. Sometimes dismissed as a random neurological event... but is often a message from deep within the soul.

And when the soul comes tapping at the door, it's time to let him in.



Dr. Phil.

You're up guys.

No, no, no. That's not what I'm talking about.

There are certain things that I know are going to happen.

Excuse me? But haven't we met before... in my dreams?

Oh, just piss off, will you?

You see? I knew that would happen.

Ian, we all knew that was gonna happen.

Can you remember anything useful? Like the 3:30 winner at Newmarket?

No, I'm afraid not. But everything's the same.

It's just in a slightly different order.

Slightly different order.

I... I've got to go.

Mackenzie street, please.

Yes, sir.

You've got to be kidding me.

Excuse me, sir?

You're the driver from yesterday.

Anything's possible.

Yesterday you knew certain things about me.

About your love life?


Yeah, well, people in my profession are second only to barmen... in knowing about problems of the heart.

And that... you said that exactly.

So if you're the same if this cab ride is the same... then everything else today will be the same.

At the end of the day, my girlfriend gets into this taxi...

It stops at a light it's hit, and she...

Is that gonna happen?

Is it?

What if she doesn't get in the cab?

What if I take her out of London?

Maybe if we stay in the apartment...

Tell me, what can I do? There must be something I can do!

Just one thing.

Appreciate her. And what you have.

Just love her.

Will you let me out? Let me out right now!

Certainly, sir.

No, that's alright, sir.

Why not?

You paid me yesterday.

Better hurry up. You haven't got much time.

Samantha Andrews, where is she?

I have no idea. Are you alright?


There's three next door, as well.




I'm sorry.

Sam! Sam?


Oh, come on...

Can I help you?

Hi. I know you don't know me. I'm a friend of Lottie's.

This will sound really strange but I need to get into her apartment.

Never seen you around before.

Actually I知 her best friend's boyfriend. Do you know Samantha Andrews?

Of course. I love miss Andrews. Everyone does.

If I was just a few years younger...


Hey, can we eat at some point? I barely had breakfast.

Don't be such a big girl's blouse.

A wimp. A wuss. Cry-baby.

Samantha! Thank God I found you. What are you doing here?

Lottie, I知 sorry, but I have to get Samantha out of here right now.

What is with you today?

You have to trust me. Things are happening from yesterday. They're jumbled up... but they're happening again in some way.

Okay, we already went through this.

I know, and maybe you're right. Maybe it's stress. But all I know is... that we have to leave London. Immediately!

I promised Lottie.

You've helped loads. You're right. The phalluses will look great in the garden.

Ian, I have my concert tonight. Remember?

I'll have you back in time. I swear.

Come on, let's go. I have to get you out of London now. Just trust me on this.

Okay, let's go.

Now will you tell me where we're going?

You said anywhere I want to.

So stop asking. Just enjoy not knowing what's gonna happen.

Hang on a minute.

What do you think?

If you don't want to stop here we can just keep going.

But how did you even know that this was my... You told me where you were from.

I've never met your family.

They've been busy.

I really want to see where you grew up.

I want to see where little Ian went to school and played soccer.

Sorry, football. American.

I want to see where you became the man I love.

If you had something to hide you shouldn't have said 'Anywhere you want to'.

Was that thunder? I think I heard thunder. It's gonna pour.

I mean, you do know it's raining, right?

You're just trying to get out of this. Keep going.

Feed me soon or face the consequences.

This was a lot steeper when I was a kid.

They must have come in here with heavy machinery and flattened it out.

Yeah, unless you've changed.

Me? Not possible.

Hey, are we going to that shack?

No. We need to get to the top, so keep walking. Yes, chief.

So what's at the top of "Ian's magical hill"?

Nothing, really. Except the solitude.

Being away from everything. I'd go up there to read or think.

I felt safe there, at peace.

It's definitely gonna pour.

Pouring rain in England? Not likely.

Come on.

No wonder you never took me home to meet your family. They have a very small house.

Hey, why didn't you tell me about them?

I'm always yapping about my friends and family, but you never talk about yours.

Sam, let's just forget about everything.

You know... I just want to...

I just want to be here. With you.

You really don't want to talk about your past, do you?

Ian? The past doesn't matter.

What matters is now. Only now.

You really are acting funny today.

Keep it up, okay?

Can I ask you a question?


If for some reason you thought you didn't have a lot of time left...

You mean today?

No, I... I mean in life.

If you had one day left, what would you do?

That's an odd question.

I'd just like to know.

Well, let's see... My last day on Earth.

Shoe shopping. And eating ten hot fudge sundaes.

And there's that Calvin Klein underwear model. Might be fun to get to know him better.

It's an easy answer. A no-brainer.

I'd spend it with you.


Yeah. Of course.

Just being together. Kind of like now.

Doing nothing.

And that's it? I mean...

Nothing else?

A closeness. An intense closeness.

Really sharing things with each other.

Silly things. Difficult things.

That's what I致e always wanted for us and if we could have that... nothing could hurt us.

I love you.


The rain's letting up. Do you want to go to the top of your hill?


I want to take you somewhere else.

Do I have to climb?

Maybe we should wait another minute.

Good idea.

Your dad was a very handsome guy.

So I guess you took after your mom, right?

He spent a lot of time here?

Yeah, he did.

After he got laid off in '93. Here all the time.

When I was a kid, my dad was my hero.

I thought he was the strongest man in the world.

He was so proud.

His job at the factory wasn't just any job to him, you know?

Everyone loved him, though.

And his family... Well, we all worshiped him.

He sounds wonderful.

He is.

Well, he was.

Then the owner decided to relocate, and they all lost their jobs.

He never found another. This became his second home.

From the age of 15 on I don't think I ever saw him sober.

And I致e been determined not to let that happen to me.

To live my life at the whim of others.

You don't have to.

I know. I know that now.

I just wish I could have helped him.

You were only a kid.

I know.

But to watch your father, your hero... just dissolve right before your eyes...

You really loved your dad.


I hope he knew how much.

Wherever he is, I bet he knows how you feel.

Ian, death doesn't put an end to love.

You think so?

I know it.

Why didn't you ever tell me any of this?

I guess...

I guess I just... I just didn't want to feel any of it.

I'm so glad we're here.

Me, too.

I kind of wish we didn't have to go.

Go where?

Back to London. My graduation concert. Any of this ringing a bell?

Let's not go back.

Let's just get on a train and ride off somewhere.

Let's see. I've been playing violin for 16 years.

I've been studying for 3 years. I'm about to graduate from one of the finest music schools in London.

I think we should go home.

You coming?


What are you doing?

Just a small surprise. Something you're gonna love.


I don't think there's enough time.

Don't be silly.

Maybe we should go back to the apartment.

Come on. You said you've always wanted to do this.

Yeah, and you know why I haven't? Because I知 scared of heights.

Baby, there's nothing to be afraid of. I'll be with you.

The doors.

Ah, it's beautiful.

Still scared?

Oh, that's weird. I guess I forgot.

Hey, I知 sorry for being such a big girl's blouse.


Where did you get that from?

Lottie. Did I use it right?

Yeah, it couldn't have been better.

Thank you.

What for?

The perfect day.

I think I値l wear this to dinner. You're going to love the singing tonight.

Oh, is it that opera that I知 so fond of?

I'd rather stay here and listen to you sing.

Be serious.

I am. I don't understand why you don't let people hear your songs.

What are you afraid of? Success or failure?



I will sing them. I will.


One day. Someday.

Have you seen my keys?

Your...? Keys. I just had them.

Oh, it's alright. I've got them. I've got to run by the office.

What? The office? Now?

Yeah, I wasn't there all afternoon. The place could just crumble without me.

It'll just take a second.

See you there.


Hi. I need 75 copies and I値l be back in a couple of minutes.

No problem.

One day... Someday is here!

Ladies and gentlemen...

That was to have been the last performance of the evening, but we have a very special treat for you.

Samantha Andrews, a visiting artist from America... has agreed to grace us with one of her own compositions.


You don't want to let down your future fans.

You are in big trouble.

# Today, today I bet my life

# You have no idea...

# what I feel inside

# Don't be afraid to let it show

# For you never know

# If you let it out

# I love you, you love me

# Take this gift and don't ask why

# Cause if you will let me

# I値l take what scares you # hold it deep inside

# And if you ask me why...

# I知 with you # and why I値l never leave

# Love'll show you everything

# one day # when youth is just a memory

# I know you'll be standing # right next to me

# I love you, you love me

# Take this gift and don't ask why

# Cause if you will let me...

# I'll take what scares you hold it deep inside

# And if you ask me why...

# I love you and why I'll never leave

# My love'll show you every-thing

# My love'll show you everything

# My love will show you every-thing

# Our love will show us everything.

I can't believe you did that!

I mean, what an amazing feeling! Do you have any idea how terrified I was?

You certainly didn't show it. You were great.

In the beginning I couldn't even breathe and then this... this calm came over me. My God, what an amazing feeling!

You were so incredible.

You're biased.

Guilty as charged.

Hey, I知 starved. Where are we going to eat?

Anywhere you want to.


You like this place? I thought you'd hate it. Cozy, intimate...

It's exactly my style.

You looked really cute today in your meeting.

I mean strong and manly.

What are you saying?

You strong like bull.

But you didn't come to work today. I mean, I didn't see you.

I brought you the blue folder but you already had it... so I slipped away.

You did look really cute by the way.

Close your eyes.

Happy graduation.

Oh, my God.

Some of the charms are old and some are new.

That's a musical note. A violin. This one's a flower.

But there's no sense in that at all, except it was exquisite, like you.

Let's see. The train that we took today.

That's the Eiffel tower that you've always wanted to see.

And there's a frying pan.

You're the only person I know that can actually do the flipping thing.

This one's a heart.

My heart.

It's yours now.

Are you ready?

You sure we can't walk?

It's pouring rain, silly. Here we go.

Wait, wait!


I love you.

Oh, I love you, too.

I want to tell you why I love you.

It's... it's raining. You know that, right?

I have to tell you this and you need to hear it.

I've loved you since I met you... but I wouldn't allow myself to truly feel it until today.

I was always thinking ahead. Making decisions out of fear.

Today, because of what I learned from you...

every choice I made was different, and my life has completely changed.

And I致e learned that if you do that you're living your life fully.

It doesn't matter if you have five minutes or fifty years.

Samantha, if not for today if not for you...

I would never have known love at all.

So thank you for being the person who taught me to love.

And to be loved.

I don't know what to say.

You don't have to say anything.

I just wanted to tell you.

Thank you.

Let's go home.

Are you coming?

Of course.

Ludgate square, please.

Yes, ma'am.

You haven't got much time.

Anything's possible.

I'm so sorry.

I can't believe he's gone.

I mean, why am I here and he isn't?

Some things are just out of our control, sweetie.

Ian had... a premonition or a dream, or whatever.

He knew.

And he kept trying to tell me but I didn't believe him.

Right before we got into the cab... he told me about how I taught him to love.

Loving him was so easy for me.

He just wanted to say everything.

# It'll be all right...

# You said, tomorrow...

# Don't you cry...

# Don't you shed a tear

# When you wake up...

# I will still be here

# When you wake up...

# We'll battle all your fears

# And now I'll... # take my heart back

# Leave your pictures on the floor

# Steal back my memories

# I can't take it anymore

# I've cried my eyes out

# Oh, and now I face the years

# The way you loved me...

# Vanished all the tears

# Just a little more time # was all we needed

# Just a little more time for me to see

# Oh, the light that life can give you

# Or how it can set you free

# So now I'll take my heart back

# Leave your pictures on the floor

# Steal back my memories

# I can't take it any more

# I've cried my eyes out

# Oh, and now I face the years

# The way you loved me...

# Vanished all the tears.