Down To You
A romantic comedy about a New York couple that meet in college, fall in love, then struggle with their relationship. Although they are blissfully happy with one another, their cynical roommates, world-weary beyond their years, suggest that as the complacency takes root, the desire to stay together will lose its charm. True enough, after the couple becomes domiciled, their individual interests begin to pull at the corners of the relationship. And after a pregnancy scare, the girl questions if this confiding relationship is really what she wants.
The film addresses the difficulties faced by young people who want to be in love, but do not want a relationship to interfere with personal goals. The film states that many 20-somethings have rebelled against the notion that marriage should be apart of young adult life. It has become an institution meant for middle age, if ever.