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A fairly standard but very sweet and heartwarming Romantic Comedy about a newlywed who finds herself falling in love with someone else - the lonely woman who arranged the wedding flowers. As she's walking down the aisle to her husband-to-be.

The film stars Piper Perabo as Rachel, Lena Headey as Luce, Matthew Goode as Heck, and Anthony Head as Rachel's father Ned.

Tropes used in Imagine Me and You include:
  • Almost Kiss: Interrupted by a passing car.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall - Heck may have done this at the very end when he looks at the camera and smiles.
  • The Casanova - Cooper.
  • Chekhov's Skill - When Luce teaches Rachel how to project your voice, and later Rachel uses this to find Luce. It's really quite romantic. It's a shame if you've read this and not seen the movie yet.
  • Cloudcuckoolander - Ned.
  • Converse with the Unconscious: Well more accurately speaking with the plastered.
  • Covers Always Lie: The wedding dress Rachel is wearing on the cover is not the same as the one she wears in the movie.
  • Daydream Surprise - Rachel, in H's classroom with Luce.
  • False Soulmate: Heck and Rachel.
  • Foreshadowing - Used quite a lot, and very well at that.
    • A woman comes into the flower show and breaks down crying because she is pregnant and her boyfriend doesn't know. Later, during the end credits we see Cooper walking around with a baby.
    • Heck mentions early in the film that he wants to write a book about partying around the world. Later Heck does just that.
    • Luce puts the missing ring on Rachel's finger.
  • Flower Motifs - Pretty much inevitable, in a Rom Com starring a florist, but most important is Rachel's favorite, the lily, which Luce translates as "I dare you to love me".
    • Also consider the origin of the term "Yuri" in the context of the film.
  • Girls Love
  • Hands-On Approach - When Luce teaches Rachel how to project her voice.
  • Happy Ending - Even Heck gets one, despite his wife leaving him.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy - Explored rather deeply as a central theme of the film.
  • Lipstick Lesbian: Luce, Rachel (eventually).
  • Lost Wedding Ring
  • Love At First Sight - Essentially the premise behind the romance in the whole movie.
  • Love Triangle - More accurately a 3rd wheel.
  • No Bisexuals: It is implied that Rachel was never truly attracted to Heck.

 You are my best friend. That was enough before, and it will be enough again.