Story and Screenplay � No Strings Attached Review

A guy and girl try to keep their relationship strictly physical, but it’s not long before they learn that they want something more. Find out more about Ashton Kutcher and Natalier Portman’s No Strings Attached in the review.

Paramount Pictures, Cold Spring Pictures and Spyglass Entertainment’s No Strings Attached is about a couple’s attempt to have a strictly sexual relationship and not fall in love.

Emma (Natalie Portman) and Adam (Ashton Kutcher) are life-long friends, who first met up at a school camp when they wanted to explore their sexuality, but both were too shy to do anything. They meet again a couple of times in the next turns up at Emma’s apartment, drunk and naked. The next morning, they have sex and find it quite good. Emma suggests an arrangement whereby they can have sex at all times of the day and wherever they want, without getting into a relationship. So, Adam continues at his job as an assistant director for a television series, and Emma, at the medical school, and both have a terrific time. They even lay down a set of ground rules whereby they will neither interfere in each other’s lives nor feel jealous when the other sees someone else.

No Strings Attached Review

Soon, however, the word of their sexual relationship spreads like wildfire and Emma’s friends dissuade her. Adam’s friends, on the other hand, are very excited, to say the least. Adam has just come out of a relationship with Vanessa (Ophelia Lovibond), who is having an affair with Adam’s father, Alvin (Kevin Kline). So he is not ready for a relationship. But when Emma gets close to a colleague of hers, Adam starts feeling jealous. He pleads with Emma for a date and then expresses his love. Emma, unable to handle affection, refuses to see him anymore.