Return to Me (2000)

It’s unfair to judge a movie strictly by its genre; if you’re that highbrow, why bother to watch it? I’m not normally a fan of romantic comedies but I liked that this one wasn’t based on stalking or manipulation, neither of which are cute or funny. I also appreciated that it wasn’t about strangers believing their mutual infatuation was proof of an instantaneous unbreakable bond.

Numerous recipients of donated organs have reported changes in tastes/ preferences they inherited from their body part’s previous owner. Could a donor’s family member have a similar experience? It’s hard to tell since most people are already aware of who has their loved one’s organ before they meet them. But this story dares to suppose an emotional bond could be possible if two people unknowingly shared a connection to the same heart.

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