The Last Letter From Your Lover, based on Jojo Moyes' novel, offers not one but two swooning stories of romance, split across the 1960s and the present day. Rogue One star Felicity Jones plays journalist Ellie who discovers a mysterious love letter, which points towards a passionate affair on the French Riviera between her late editor J (played as a young woman by Shailene Woodley) and writer Anthony (Callum Turner). At the same time that she's delving into the past, romance skeptic Ellie begins her own tentative relationship with archivist Rory (Nabhaan Rizwan).
The movie screened in advance last night for Cineworld Unlimited audiences, so were they swept along by the movie's period chic and sense of amour? We've selected a few responses.
#TheLastLetterFromYourLover was actually lovely; not a by-the-numbers weepie, but bittersweet. Recommended. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️— pamwatsonsmith 🌞💙 (@pamwatsonsmith) July 27, 2021
The Last Letter From Your Lover was actually just lovely. One of those movies that draws you in and keeps you until the end. Very good all round.— Penelope Bailey (@TheExpirement) July 27, 2021
Really really enjoyed it. Such a fantastic story, very well told and the casting was just perfect. Will happily head back and watch it again. Thanks for a great film! pic.twitter.com/yC2oxTHS7y— Katie Samuel (@KatieSamuel) July 27, 2021
Brilliant love it such a beautiful story and a gorgeously shot film perfect cast and womderful acting— Ewen Wood (@wood_ewen) July 27, 2021
The Last Letter From Your Lover is released in Cineworld cinemas on 6th August. Can't get enough of Cineworld Unlimited screenings? Our next one is compelling Matt Damon drama Stillwater, which screens on 3rd August. Check out the trailer below.