13 Movies Like Truly Madly Deeply (1990)

British production companies BBC Films, Lionheart, and Winston Pictures collaborated in 1990 to create the fantasy drama film Truly, Madly, Deeply for the BBC’s Screen Two series. Juliet Stevenson and Alan Rickman play the lead roles in the movie that was written and directed by Anthony Minghella.

The tragic passing of Nina’s boyfriend, the cellist Jamie, has left her inconsolable with grief. Nina is a translator, and Jamie was a musician. Jamie reappears to her as a “ghost” just when she is on the edge of giving up hope, and the two of them are able to be together again. Nina is ecstatic.

But Jamie is the one who fills her in on his days while she is at work, and one of their conversations suggests that she should embrace the life that is all around her.

One of these conversations is about a memorial plaque in a park about a child who passed away, and how parents who read it feel an immediate and compelling need to hug their living children. Jamie says that he thinks this is a good thing for the parents who read it.

As a ghost, Jamie also demonstrates behaviours that she would have little patience for, such as moving furniture around, turning up the central heating to levels that are suffocating, and inviting back “ghost friends” to watch videos with her.

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