Advertising executive Nelson Moss (Keanu Reeves), is an arrogant, driven workaholic, obsessively focused and speed dialing through life. Nelson can't image his life any other way. But the beautiful free-spirited Sara Deever (Charlize Theron) can and if she gets her way she will change his life forever. She offers Nelson the chance to move in for one month - November. Intrigued and having lost both his job and girlfriend, he accepts. No expectations. No pressure. No strings attached and no falling in love. Director Pat O'Connor brings you this bittersweet romance.
Really enjoyed this movie. To start with it seems like a light hearted comedy, with the whacky, hippie like Charlize Theron offering the materialistic driven, workaholic business man Keanu Reeves help from the trappings of his life. This is offered in the form of forgetting work and moving in with her for a month, where she attempts to show him the beauty of the things in life that cost nothing.
Unexpectedly for me, the film then gets a lot deeper, where the two actors start putting in some serious, emotional, heart tugging acting, which was great and really moved me.