Even though 'Love, Rosie' might look like a typical indie film or just another romantic comedy, it's story is tender. Based on a book by Cecelia Ahern called 'Where Rainbows End.' it follows childhood best friends Alex and Rosie as they go on the epic rollercoaster that is the transition from adolescence to adulthood, falling in love with each other in the process.

"Love, Rosie" might look like your typical indie film, but trust us, it's got a story that's all about finding the real deal when it comes to friends and lovers.

Alex and Rosie, they're not your usual love story. They've got something special, something you can't quite put into words. It's like they have this secret language, where a smile, a glance, or a moment means everything. It goes beyond mere physical touch. And even though they struggle with communication, they seem to understand each other's thoughts without having to say a word.

It's all about being intentional, choosing friends and lovers who bring depth and meaning to your world.

Think about the people you're close to and the shows you're binge-watching. Do they match up with what you're all about? Do they light up your life like Alex and Rosie do for each other?