7 Spring Films to Light Your Romantic Spark

With Spring in full bloom and Summer around the corner, The FreeStyle Life picks 7 films in theaters this season that will light your romantic spark.

Pictured: Rachel Weisz and Tom Hiddleston star in Terence Rattigan's adapted play The Deep Blue Sea.

The Deep Blue Sea
Set during the 1950s, Rachel Weisz stars as a suicidal woman caught in a passionate affair with an Ex-Royal Air Force pilot.

Damsels in Distress
After a 13 year absence, Whit Stillman makes his much anticipated return to the director’s chair in Damsels in Distress. The film follows a quartet of beautiful college roommates who seek to change the culture of their East Coast university by helping depressed students through music and dance. Now playing

A brief but intense relationship grows between an American cartographer and an expatriate Armenian photographer who decide to travel the uncharted world together.
Now playing in select theaters

Goodbye First Love
The fierce passion a young woman once had for her first love grows cold after her boyfriend leaves for South America. When he returns after 8 years, things are not the same.
In theaters April 20th


The Giant Mechanical Man
Jenna Fischer leaves the office and stars in her husband’s first film The Giant Mechanical Man. In this quirky romcom, Fischer plays a soft spoken zoo worker who falls for a devoted street performer (Chris Messina).
In theaters April 27th


Take This Waltz
After a charming artist moves in next door, a happily married woman (Michelle Williams) must suppress her feelings from her husband (Seth Rogan).
In Theaters June 29th


Dish and the Spoon
Devastated by her husband’s affair, a young woman (Greta Gerwig) strikes up an unlikely friendship with a British teenager in a Delaware beach town.
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