You see someone across the room that you really like and immediately start fantasizing about the kind of future you’ll have together. Maybe you’ll both leave the party at the same time and he’ll offer you a ride, after that, you’ll plan to go out for dinner together. Before you know it you’re going through the options of where to have your wedding and the names of your children. He Loves Me is exactly about that kind of fantasy…multiplied it by a hundred or so.
I have seen few of Audrey Tautou films and she is always a pleasure to watch. It wasn’t a surprise when I started watching this film and liked how well she portrays someone who is madly in love. Not sure if it’s the fact that she is French, a great actress or both but ever since Amelie I’ve always thought she easily tapped into my inner overly romantic soul. He Loves Me is about the delusions we sink ourselves in due to our overly imaginative brain cells but still allows us to have a laugh because we’re looking at it from the outside in.
He Loves Me He Loves Me Not is available on Netlix and, to no doubt, your local video rental store.read more