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Chloe quickly knows she wants to marry Chris, and through her businessman father, Alec Hewett, tries to help Chris and their future by getting him an executive job in Alec's company.
In his life with the Hewetts, Chris begins to enjoy the finer things in life.
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When a filmmaker has this much trust in his script (and Woody, pushing 70 in making this, is not amateur), and has the right cast, it just takes off from there.
To say I was on the edge of my seat through a good chunk of the third act is an under-statement and, at the core, was even cathartic in a way.
But during this he also meets Nola Rice (Scarlett Johansson), a struggling American actress, who's engaged to Tom.
For some it might not even 'feel' like a Woody Allen movie, that at times it's a little 'slick'.There are moments in a match when the ball hits the top of the net, and for a split second, it can either go forward or fall back. But un-like Love and Death, which was Allen's way of parodying the work of the author, this time he takes the work seriously, plunging the audience into the mind, conflicts, and outcome of the protagonist.That the performances by the actors involved, particularly the three main leads are top notch (Jonathan Rhys-Myers, Emily Mortimer, and Scarlett Johnasson in one of her best) brings full blood and flesh to Woody's strong skeleton of a film. Chris Wilton (Rhys-Myers) is an Irishman in London, a tennis instructor who could've gone pro.People are afraid to face how great a part of life is dependent on luck. Woody Allen, coming off of hitting his stride again with Melinda and Melinda, goes back to his darker, dramatic side, and makes a story that may seem a little familiar, though not to his discredit.
It's scary to think so much is out of one's control. Woody borrows (some may say steal) elements from Fyodor Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment, one of the great novels of the 19th century (some may say ever written, I have read his work though not this yet), and transfuses it with subject matter that he's more than well acquainted with- the relationship drama.
He meets Chloe (Mortimer) through her brother Tom (Matthew Goode) and they soon become close, close enough for marriage.