What If

Sian Brett

Wallace (Daniel Radcliffe) is in a dead end job, living with his sister and her son, and his social life has all but evaporated. Life has taught him that love is only an excuse to do awful things, lessons learnt from his parents and a string of failed relationships. That is until he meets Chantry (Zoe Kazan), who seems to be perfect for him.. the only problem is her boyfriend. Wallace and Chantry decide to be friends, but as his best friend Allan (Adam Driver) and his girlfriend Dalia (Megan Park) ask throughout the film – “can men and women really be friends, or do you secretly wanna bang Chantry?”

Often when you watch a romantic comedy, the drive of the plot is the ever approaching realisation of both parties that they need to be together – just look at definitive rom-com When Harry Met Sally. This, as the romantic-comedy has…

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