The story opens with Duke (Old Noah) reading to Allie in a nursing home. He starts at the beginning, July 1940, at a Carnival in Seabrook, South Carolina. That’s where Noah and Allie meet for the first time…and where Noah falls instantly in love while Allie takes her sweet time warming up to him. Mutual friends Fin and Sara eventually bring them together more often until they go see a movie as a group. On the walk home is when things start heating up between Noah and Allie.
Allie is from a wealthy family and Noah is from the wrong side of the tracks. Their social differences do not stop their relationship from blossoming. Allie spends her summer with Noah and she falls madly in love with him but she has to go back home at the end of the summer because she is due to start college.
Allie’s mother does not approve of Noah and she does everything in her power to stop the relationship.
Noah writes Allie letters every day for a year but she never receives them because her mother hides them. When Allie goes off to college she meets a man named Lon who is wealthy and has plans to marry her.
Allie runs out after him and they end up getting into a huge fight. Allie and Noah lose touch but reconnect years Later whenFin, now going by his middle name Lucas returns from the war, injured. Alllie is married with children at this point, but she and Lucas still share a raw intensity for each other preventing them from ever forgetting about their long-lost love affair as teenagers.
Noah comes home and finds out that Allie is engaged to another man. Noah writes her a letter everyday for a year in an attempt to win her back. The film ends with them getting back together and getting married.
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The film received mixed reviews but was praised for its acting and direction. It earned $115 million worldwide against a budget of $30 million, becoming one of the highest-grossing films of 2004.
The Notebook was nominated for several awards, including five Teen Choice Awards, and won the MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss. The film has been included in lists of the greatest romantic films of all time and is often cited as a favorite film by many fans.
Allie quickly fell for soldier Lon Hammond Jr. after nursing him back to health, and he soon proposed. But when Noah returned from the war, he found that his father had sold their home in order to buy and fix up the one they’d always wanted.
Noah goes to see Allie and finds that she is engaged. Noah does not give up hope and decides to write her 365 letters, one for each day of the year, in an attempt to win her back. However, Allie’s mother Anne Hamilton has always disapproved of Noah and does not want her daughter to marry him.
When Allie reads the letters she is torn between her past love with Noah and her new life with Lon. She eventually chooses Lon and they get married. They have two children together, a boy named Jamie and a girl named Anna.
The film then jumps ahead to present day where Allie is living in a nursing home suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Her husband visits her every day and reads to her from a notebook that contains the story of their love.
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After Allie tries on her wedding gown, she spots Noah’s picture in the newspapers next to the house he told her about. She wonders how he is doing and decides to go check up on him. So, she drives back to Seabrook where Noah lives. They have dinner together and afterwards, Noah asks her to come back tomorrow.
Allie goes back to her apartment and Noah calls her. She tells him that she is engaged to be married. Allie’s fiancé, Lon, takes her out to Seabrook and they meet Noah. He tells them that he is going to sell the house.
Noah visits Allie in New York and she tells him that her mother does not approve of him. They argue and Noah leaves. Allie’s mother tells her that she needs to choose between Noah and Lon.
Lon takes Allie out to dinner and propose marriage to her. She says yes but is clearly not sure about her decision. The next day, she sees Noah again and they spend time together at the notebook house. Allie tells Noah she is getting married and he asks her to not marry Lon.
Allie goes ahead with the wedding but has doubts. At the last minute, she decides to leave Lon at the altar and goes back to Seabrook. She finds Noah and they spend the night together talking. The next day, Allie’s mother comes to visit them.
She tells Allie that she needs to make a decision between Noah and Lon. Allie chooses Noah and they get married.
The film ends with an older Allie and Noah sitting outside together looking at the notebook. It is revealed that Allie has Alzheimer’s disease and does not remember Noah anymore. However, every day he tells her their story and she falls in love with him all over again.
The Notebook is a 2004 American romantic drama film directed by Nick Cassavetes, written by Jeremy Leven from Jan Sardi’s adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ 1996 novel of the same name. The film stars Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams as a young couple who fall in love in the 1940s. Their story is narrated from the present day by an elderly man (played by James Garner) recounting his past to a fellow nursing home resident (played by Gena Rowlands, Cassavetes’ mother).
The Notebook received mixed reviews but was generally praised for its acting performances (particularly those of Gosling and McAdams), its screenplay, and its cinematography. The film became a sleeper hit grossing over $115 million in North America and $81 million in the rest of the world for a worldwide total of $196 million.
The film received several award nominations, winning eight Teen Choice Awards, a Satellite Award, and an MTV Movie Award. The Notebook was also nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards.