In 1908, a young girl was born. She was not extraordinary, and lived a simple existence. Then one day, everything changed forever. In 1935, Adaline Bowman (Blake Lively) was caught up in a horrifying car crash, yet she emerged unharmed. It would be years before she knew that anything was wrong with her, however. Over the course of nearly eight decades, she does not appear to age a day, leading to her becoming detached and solitary existence. Every so often, she begins a relationship with someone, and after going to meet the parents of her boyfriend, Ellis Jones (Michiel Huisman), she discovers that his father (Harrison Ford) and she were in a relationship many years before, leading to a new set of problems facing her otherwise extraordinary life.
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While a life of immortality and eternal youth can seem like the ultimate gift to most people, for Adaline it slowly becomes a curse that she's forced to accept. As a young women, born in 1908, she starts a family and her life is smothered in domestic bliss. However, on a blustery night, her car flies off the road and into the river below in an accident that would change her life. By some inexplicable miracle, not only is she saved, but she is granted eternal life and would never again age a single day. Meanwhile, her family is growing old without her, and she starts to see the loneliness of having too much time on her hands. She is convinced that she will never find someone to grow old with, but if she can, can she possibly reverse the magic?
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Single mom Grace struggles to be there for her adolescent daughter Ansiedad while she manages her bills, work and her affair with a married man, Dr. Hartford. Ansiedad is inspired by her English teacher Ms. Armstrong to run away from home and start life without her mom after discussing the topic of coming-of-age stories in class. With a little help from best friend Tavita, she makes plans to start her life as an adult while Grace is too busy becoming increasingly distracted by the affections of her co-worker to notice.
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