🕐🕑🕒’s review published on Letterboxd:
Romance is romance, life is life. Love is love. Three things, different things, polar things.
This time, they stopped impressing each other with great sayings. They boat on marriage and enjoy tranquility as much as novelty.
They expose themselves, inherently interesting individuals. Everything comes in. The little things, the never-ending conflicts. No pair is ever perfect. The faith, while, gives them infinite love and power.
It seems cruel on the surface. But I found it dreamy. Celine and Jesse fall in love after time and time. Many times. Just Good.