Secondary Character Saturday: Alan Rickman: Jamie (Truly Madly Deeply)


Another entry from my Secondary Character Saturday month of Alan Rickman movies… the delightful Truly Deeply.

Here’s a link to the missing “Sun Ain’t Going To Shine Anymore.”
https://youtu.be/AZ52td1GMT0
How appropriate?

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[Image courtesy MGM] [Image courtesy MGM]

Who: Jamie Howe

From:Truly Madly Deeply

Once upon a time there were two people in love, their names were Nina and Jamie. They were even happy enough to be able to live happily ever after, (not often the case) and then Jamie died. Nina is left with a house full of rats and handymen, a job teaching foreigners English and an ache that fills the night sky. [IMDb]

You’ll have to wait until the 25 mark before he enters the movie properly, but it is worth the wait.

Stevenson and Rickman as Nina and Jamie in Truly Madly Deeply [Image courtesy: MGM] Stevenson and Rickman as Nina and Jamie in Truly Madly Deeply [Image courtesy: MGM]

Written and Directed by:Anthony Minghella

Produced: 1990

Cover of "Truly Madly Deeply"

Pros: unconditional love, plays a mean cello, comes back from the dead to comfort his soul mate, handsome, fun.

Cons: annoying, cold (literally), selfish

Most Shining Moment: Since I think about 5 other people…

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