The Notebook (2004)

The Notebook

Behind every great love is a great story.

20042 h 03 min
Overview

An epic love story centered around an older man who reads aloud to a woman with Alzheimer's. From a faded notebook, the old man's words bring to life the story about a couple who is separated by World War II, and is then passionately reunited, seven years later, after they have taken different paths.

Metadata
Title The Notebook
Original Title The Notebook
Languages English
Director of Photography Robert Fraisse
Original Music Composer Aaron Zigman
Author
Writer
Adult No
Tagline Behind every great love is a great story.
Budget $29,000,000
IMDb Id tt0332280
Certification PG-13
Release Date 25 June 2004
Production New Line Cinema
Director Nick Cassavetes
Revenue $115,603,229
Runtime 2 h 03 min
Details
Movie Subtitles English
Movie Media Blu-ray
VHS
Movie Format HD
Movie Language English
Movie Status Available
Movie Rating Very good

The Notebook (2004) Synopsis

A bright red and white love story, written in a notebook with the yellow, the story was told again and again by an old man (James Garner). The old lady (Gina Roland) is always quietly listening, curious to ask the results. In a nursing home, the same scene stage every day, the story is: The boy and girl fall in love, but her parents don’t agree, under the obstruction of Allie’s parents, two people in love were separated in the summer. As Noah’s 365 letters were secretly hidden, Allie finally gave up after waiting 7 years. Just a day before she was going to the church, she suddenly saw the white house he had promised to build for her in the newspaper. All the memories, all awake……

Poster
The Notebook (2004)

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)
Rated PG-13 for some sexuality

Offical Trailer

Review:

You are the protagonist of my story, I remember the story in my mind over and over again, I deduce the life we have in my heart again and again! Although the beauty of love for the vast majority of people are not like that in reality, but because of the idealism of love, this film becomes classic.

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