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Underneath the Same Moon

USA 2020
produced by
Bob Wasson (executive), Wendi Wasson (executive) for VFXLAB
directed by Bob Wasson
starring Anderson Davis, Sara Ball, Meg Cashel, Luciana Vara, Justin Guyot, Jose Garza, Douglas William Smith, Matthew Hammar, Hap Lawrence, Stephen Quadros, Todd Hererra, Megan Wasson, Phil Holmer, Mike Wayne, Carla Short, Ahmed Costa, Ebony Lanet, Gary Wasson, Zane Wasson, Clint Gregory, Aaron King, Valor, Lucas Kerr, Darren Tietjen, Chris Bonomo, Logan Colby, Wendi Wasson, Kyle Johnson
written by Tom Arndt, additonal scenes and dialogue by Bob Wasson, Wendi Wasson, music by Valor Chase Wasson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Thomas (Anderson Davis) and Kelly (Sara Ball) lead a happy life together, only somewhat hampered by Kelly's self doubts, as she can't shake the feeling that he back when only married her because she was pregnant (but later lost the baby). And then Thomas has an accident that puts him into a coma for 11 months, and when he comes to again, he has forgotten the last five years of his life, which includes everything about Kelly, not only that they were (and are still) married, but even ever meeting her. At the advice of his psychiatrist (Douglas William Smith) she's not to throw such things at Thomas right away but let him easy into them, in the hopes that he gradually regains his memory rather than be shocked by a new life. Kelly figures this way she can finally get over her own self doubt and make him fall in love with her all over again without her being pregnant, and introduces herself as merely a friend of his sister (Meg Cashel). There's a major stumbling block in her plan though, the last thing he remembers is wanting to propose to his now ex Jessica (Luciana Vara), who broke his heart back when, but he manages to track her down and learns she's single and interested again. So he decides to take a road trip up the coast to meet her - and Kelly, seeing it's probably her last chance to make him fall in love with her, hitches a ride with him on what should be one long and romantic journey - but pretty much everything that can go wrong on the trip does go wrong, from flat tires to stolen cars to bears on the camp ground. And despite all of her efforts to be as close of a girlfriend to Thomas as can be, Kelly is hospitalized for her peanut allergy while Thomas goes off on a date with Jessica, which might just be the worst decision of his life ...


Sure, it does help if you like romances as such to enjoy this, but even if not it's hard to deny that Underneath the Same Moon is a very sweet movie, especially because it finds the right balance between drama and comedy, doesn't blindly follow rom-com tropes, and prefers subtlety over broad jokes or exaggerated dramatics. And a comparatively believable plot and relatable characters embodied by very likeable actors really make this one a fine romance.


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