When Ethan and Sophie’s marriage hits hard times, the two begin seeing a couples therapist to help them move forward in their relationship. At the therapist’s suggestion, they travel to a secluded getaway that is guaranteed to help them reconnect. However, they end up discovering more than they bargained for waiting for them in the guest house on the property.
The One I Love is a romantic comedy that is a bit complicated to explain. If you don’t want to give away the good parts of the movie, that is. So instead of giving away more of what the movie is about (because it is definitely better when it’s a surprise), I will say that I found this movie to have amazing actors who successfully kept a mind boggling story moving while keeping the viewer engaged and without giving anything away too soon. The One I Love also had an enjoyable soundtrack that matched the overall tone of the story.
The only problem I had with the movie was I felt part of the plot was not fully explained. While I was left impressed with the (slightly obvious) ending, there was one part of the main plot that I am still not sure I understand. Thankfully it’s a movie that I would gladly watch again to see if I can figure out what exactly was going on.