Also, an actor named Jake Johnson played director Nicholas Jasenovec, so everyone was curious what that meant. Unlike most films that have an easy one-liner, “Paper Heart” is part fiction and part non-fiction.
When you watch Charlyne interviewing kids and other interview subjects about love, it’s all real.
- Yeah, I haven't seen you since probably when we were playing Frisbee.
I saw her do a show about, probably, a year ago, - and we just started hanging out.
And like I was saying before about the one true love that might have been, I didn't see her face when I was almost dying, but it was Sarah's face that I saw.
When you get older, you have all this experience and then you start thinking about, you know, your past loves. This isn't the way to go." And then all of a sudden I saw Sarah's face... And when I came home I told Sarah the story and she said that she was sitting there working on her computer, and that's the profile I would have seen of her just sitting there at her desk. the chemistry is such that it's difficult for them to love someone else.
God, it must be, like, 20 years ago, but every time I hear her name immediately the image of her pops in my head and I get those little butterflies and everything like that. She was dating somebody else at the time and she just... But I think the problem with true love is that it has to be on both sides. Like she might have been my true love, but maybe I wasn't her true love.