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Autumn in New York (2000)

Will Keane is a successful restaurateur and serial womanizer, his reputation generally preceding him. When he is introduced to twenty-two-year-old Charlotte Fielding by Charlotte’s grandmother, there is a slow, but eventual, attraction. After their first date, Will and Charlotte agree that their relationship will never progress to one of a long-term standing, not because they don’t ‘click,’ but becauseĀ  Charlotte she has a terminal heart condition and she won’t allow herself to fall in love. Their relationship does end up being different than they expect, and it definitely changes Charlotte’sĀ  “Let me die in peace” attitude.

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