Back for the Dead: Adele Webber

Foreshadowing: Used quite a lot, and very well at that. A woman comes into the flower show and breaks down crying because she is pregnant and her boyfriend doesn’t know. Later, during the end credits we see Cooper walking around with a baby. Heck mentions early in the film that he wants to write a book about partying around the world. Later Heck does just that. Luce puts the missing ring on Rachel’s finger. Flower Motifs: Pretty much inevitable, in a Rom Com starring a florist, but most important is Rachel’s favorite, the lily, which Luce translates as “I dare you to love me”. Also consider the origin of the term “Yuri” in the context of the film. Flowers of Romance: Heck (aka Hector) goes to pick up flowers for his bride Rachel, as a way of apologizing for not being present all the time for her. All this happened just after Rachel and Luce kissed in the flower shop. Girls Love Hands On Approach: When Luce teaches Rachel how to project her voice. Happy Ending: Quite possibly the happiest ending film of all time. Everyone everyone gets a happy ending, even Heck despite his wife leaving him. How long have you guys been married, then?

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