Nick Morrison and Emily Conlon are two young lovers who have met in the 1940's during the beginning of World War II. Unfortunately, Nick is a soldier enlisted to help the Allies defeat the Germans while Emily is a nurse who are separated after the escalating tensions of the war worsen.
During the war, Nick is killed in action while Emily suffers from a terminal illness which completely rips her life apart, until one day, Nick is revived by a mysterious force that grants him the ability to live longer for an uncertain period of time; Emily is cured at the last minute minutes before her death and discovers that the same revival that brought Nick back to life is also granting her immortality. But, while maintaining their youthful appearance, their minds will age as well.
Throughout the course of their lives, Nick and Emily desperately fall in love with each other and make it past the most historical events in their lives (End of WWII, Civil Rights Movement, Vietnam, Modern Day technology, etc.) but it soon gets to a point where Nick and Emily feel that they are holding each other back and are losing feelings for each other - Nick lives with his emotional animosities and PTSD while Emily continues to suffer from her “cured” terminal illness and is contemplating suicide to put an end to her immortality.
And throughout their history, Nick and Emily will be influenced by the many people who are bewildered by their youthful appearance and the will to sustain love, no matter what.
Reinterpretation Comparison Pitch: Like Crazy meets The Age of Adeline meets The Notebook.
MPAA: Rated PG-13 for thematic material throughout, sexuality and nudity, brief violence, and strong language.
Note: The character's names are changed along with more people from the 1940's to 2016. I would also get rid of the wizard granting the two young adults immortality and create a mystery as to how both have been brought back to life and are given enhanced longevity.
Donald and Margaret Morrison - Nick's parents in the 1940's; Donald is more gruff and strict while Margaret is more soft-hearted.
Alan Conlon - Emily's middle-aged father whom she loves very much but is dealing with a sickness similar to his daughter.
2nd Lt. John Grayson - Nick's leader during the WWII who doesn't believe that his companion has been brought back from the dead.
Valerie Jenkins - Emily's best friend during the near end of WWII and commencement of the Civil Rights movement.
Sergeant Mason Harding - Nick's good friend during WWII and the Vietnam war who starts a conflict over how he survived the attack and reveals he used to date Emily at the time of his death.
Father Peyton - An African-American priest during the Civil Rights movement who acts as a father figure to Emily after her father's passing.
Randall White - An arrogant ruthless man during the Civil Rights protest.
Daniella Conlon - Emily's estranged younger sister in the past who is disheartened by her length of time of living despite having wealth and goodwill.
Rose Johnson - Nick's girlfriend during the first phase of conflicts between him and Emily during the Cold War.
Todd Williams - Emily's boyfriend during the first phase of conflicts between her and Nick during the Cold War.
General Quentin Winchester - Nick's commander during World War II who is curious as to how he survived and is known to be very demanding and straight to the point.
Jesse Morrison - Nick and Emily's son born in 1995 and is curious as to why Nick and Emily are still young instead of elder age.
Kaitlyn Conlon-Morrison - Nick and Emily's daughter born in the same year as Jesse and is considered to be Jesse's older sister.
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