"The Vow" (2012 movie) is a romantic drama starring Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum.

What if the one you loved literally didn't recognize you anymore? Would you know how to win your soulmate's heart all over again?

Paige (Mcadams) and Leo (Tatum) are a young married couple, madly in love and living fulfilling lives as artists in Chicago. One snowy night, the two fall victim to a car accident. Leo survives intact, but a head trauma erases Paige's entire memory of her relationship with her husband.

When she comes out of her coma, Leo is a stranger to her. Suddenly Leo finds himself in the painful position of rebooting the relationship he's waited his whole life for, and win his wife's love all over again. Paige has reverted mentally to the young law student she was five years earlier, before she met Leo and became an artist. In seemingly an instant, she is no longer the wife Leo knew, and on top of that, she no longer recognizes her current life. She can't fathom why she is estranged from her parents (Jessica Lange and Sam Neill), misses her more conservative wardrobe, and doesn't understand why she would have dropped out of university and a promising career in law. Making matters worse, Paige thinks she's still engaged to charming businessman Jeremy (Scott Speedman), who still wants her, and remains reluctant to embrace Leo, with his less conventional lifestyle making music, as anyone she might have ever loved.

When Paige's memory recovery appears to be a hopeless cause, Leo begins to confront his worst fear — that he's lost the love of his life and his only family. Refusing to give up, he decides to start fresh and court Paige as if they've just met, with the hope that since they fell in love once, they can do it again. It's a challenge that will test everything he's ever believed about love, about being true to oneself, and about that sacred part of every marriage ceremony: the vow two people make to each other.

"The Vow" movie is a Screen Gems and Spyglass Entertainment presentation of a Birnbaum/Barber production. The film is directed by Michael Sucsy ("Grey Gardens") from a screenplay by Abby Kohn & Marc Silverstein and Jason Katims, based upon a story by Stuart Sender. Producers are Roger Birnbaum, Gary Barber, Jonathan Glickman and Paul Taublieb. Executive producers are J. Miles Dale, Austin Hearst and Susan Cooper. Co-producers are Cassidy Lange and Rebekah Rudd. Director of photography is Rogier Stoffers, ASC. Production designer is Kalina Ivanov. Editors are Nancy Richardson, A.C.E. and Melissa Kent. Costume designer is Alex Kavanagh. Music is by Rachel Portman and Michael Brook. Music Supervisor is Randall Poster.


Genre: Drama
Runtime: 104 mins.
Release Date: February 10, 2012
Distributor: Screen Gems
Production Company: Spyglass Entertainment

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