Nursing a secret and hopeless crush on the handsome commuter who passes her booth every day, the charming loner and Chicago "L" ticket seller, Lucy, is about to have a second chance at love. During one seemingly ordinary Christmas shift, Lucy witnesses the object of her desire falling off the platform, and in one of those spur-of-the-moment decisions, she saves him from certain death, only to be mistaken for his fiancée at the hospital. As Lucy enjoys the unexpected stroke of good luck, unable to tell the truth to his welcoming family, unforeseen romantic affairs further complicate matters. Now, the comatose patient's suspicious brother, Jack, thinks he's onto something. Will Lucy face the consequences of what happened while the beautiful stranger was sleeping?Written by
The Callaghan home sits on the corner of 8th and Elm Ave (the front door actually faces Elm). Lucy tells her boss that Saul is the Callaghans' next-door neighbor, which means he must live on 8th Ave, not Elm, since the Callaghan home is on a corner lot. See more »
In the last shot, the iconic Marshall Field's clock is not visible in that position on that elevated train line (northbound heading toward the now non-existent Sun Times building). See more »
[at Celeste's party. Jack went along with Lucy, and was mistaken for Peter]
I gotta talk to you.
Geez, he looks good.
That's not Peter. That's Jack.
Uh, who's Jack again?
Peter's the guy that's in a coma.
So then why did you bring Jack?
I didn't bring Jack. He followed me here.
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In the video release, the scene when Jack offers to drive Lucy to Celeste's party is shortened. When shown in theaters, you see them get into the truck, drive less than a block, and then get back out. See more »