Sweet November by Erwin Stoff
Keanu Reeves and Charlize Theron - Sweet November Interview 2001
The story begins as breezy bohemian Sara Deever Charlize Theron disrupts a traffic school class exam as she takes her seat while carrying several bags of groceries into the room. She prominently displays a crib sheet to workaholic advertising executive Nelson Moss Keanu Reeves , who promptly takes the bait, asks Sara for the answer to a question and causes her to be ejected from the class.
Nelson Moss meets Sara Deever, a woman very different from anyone he has met before. His ignorance leads to her failing her driving test. She beguiles him and continually asks him to spend a month with her on the promise that she will change his life for the better. On the first night of November, after Nelson is fired and dumped on the same day, she sleeps with him, and the next day Chaz, a close friend of Sara's, arrives and refers to Nelson as Sara's "November". Throughout November, the two experience happy times together and fall in love. Nelson examines his life and past, and befriends a fatherless child named Abner. Eventually, he realizes he is in love with Sara and asks her to marry him.
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