The first feature film from writer-director Anthony Minghella, TRULY, MADLY, DEEPLY is a funny, touching story about dealing with bereavement and learning to love again.
Nina (Juliet Stevenson) is having a hard time getting over the sudden death of her lover Jamie (Alan Rickman). London is a lonely place, she finds, as she returns home from work every day to an empty flat--empty, that is, save for a recent infestation of rats. The memory of her relationship with
Jamie is always on her mind, the music he played on his cello echoing her thoughts at every turn. Sandy (Bill Paterson), who runs the translation agency where she works, tries to shake Nina out of the do...