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See full summary » A boy and a girl fall in love during summer camp and promise to stay in touch, but they don't.Fifteen years later they meet again in the same camp under very different circumstances.What will happen to the camp and will they try again?George Murray's fiancée Jane Gardner gets cold feet after accepting his ring, terrorized by her first wedding with Doug, who cheated that very day with their wedding coordinator. See full summary » After Fiona gets dumped, she escapes to her family's Vermont Inn for a few days to evaluate her life."Now I know that if I want to take a demon ride and I don't want to die . "And I probably have a couple more left." A conversation with Keanu Reeves is not always easy. For most of that time, his head is angled at ninety degrees away from me, as if that's where the oxygen is. "I felt like he was a good hard-luck character who gets a second chance," Reeves says.
Back at Monk's Café, Elaine talks with Jerry how nice Robert is, and the possibility to make him "change teams" (i.e., "convert" to heterosexuality).There are many things Keanu Reeves simply will not discuss, but this is not one of them. "I remember saying in my head," he says,"' I'm going to die.'" He lay on the pavement for half an hour before help arrived: "I remember calling out for help. On this particular occasion, the silence lasts seventy-two seconds. "There's not much you can do." I ask about one scene in which he and his teammates are in jail and begin dancing to "I Will Survive." I point out that he seemed a rather reluctant participant. And someone answering out of the darkness, and then the flashing lights of an ambulance coming down. I took it off because I couldn't breathe, and a truck came down. When the answer arrives, it includes no complete sentences and adds up to a vague, unremarkable, "No, not really." Keanu Reeves has been busy. I got out of the way, and it ran over my helmet." What did the experience teach you? He has four movies awaiting release and will make one more before committing himself to nearly a year and a half's work on two , is a part-comic tale of some replacement football players loosely based on the 1987 NFL strike. "The script that I originally read and the film that was made were very different," he notes.  "I should have gone on the brake, released the brake a little bit, leaned into the turn." No more abstract moral lessons? then I shouldn't take it." Did that stop you from taking demon rides? Well, I had to get a couple more out of my system." Reeves smiles. Not a word, a grunt, a prevarication, or a hint that an answer might come. He agreed to it because he liked his character, Shane Falco.