The 2009 romantic comedy-drama film 500 Days of Summer was directed by Marc Webb, with a script written by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber.
The film was produced by Mark Waters and was released in the United States. The movie features Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel, and it tells its tale in a nonlinear fashion. The plot centers on the male protagonist and his recollections of a broken romantic engagement.
The Cast of 500 Days of Summer
- Tom Hansen, played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, is an architect by trade who now makes his living as a writer for a greeting card firm
- Summer Finn, the assistant to Tom’s employer, is played by Zooey Deschanel
- McKenzie, Tom’s good buddy and co-worker at the greeting card firm, is portrayed here by Geoffrey Arend
- Chloë Grace Moretz as Rachel Hansen, Tom’s younger half-sister
- Matthew Gray Gubler stars in the role of Paul, a close friend of Tom’s
- Clark Gregg stars as Vance, Tom’s superior on the show
- Tommy Abraham portrayed by Key Williams
- Millie, played by Patricia Belcher
- Alison, Tom’s blind date, was played by Rachel Boston
- Minka Kelly as Autumn
- Rhoda Yvette is portrayed by Maile Flanagan. Olivia Bagg will play Young, and Nicole Brown will play Vance’s New Secretary
- Narration is provided by Richard McGonagle
The Plotline of 500 Days of Summer
Tom Hansen meets Summer Finn, a new employee, on January 8. Tom is an architect who works at a greeting card company as a writer. They learn they share similar musical tastes. They discuss love later at a karaoke night for their company. Summer does not believe it, but Tom does. McKenzie, Tom’s buddy, and coworker, accidentally confesses that Tom likes Summer, but only “as friends,” which Summer accepts. Summer kisses Tom at the office a few days later on the spur of the moment.
Summer isn’t searching for a long-term commitment. Tom accepts a one-night stand. They have sex that night, and Tom is overjoyed. They become closer after a few months of dating. Tom’s friends and his adolescent half-sister Rachel press him to inquire about Summer’s relationship status, but Summer dismisses this, arguing that it shouldn’t matter if they’re both happy.
Tom gets into a battle with a man who tries to pick up Summer in a pub one night, resulting in their first fight. Summer pays a visit to Tom later, and the two reconcile. Tom inquires about their connection and expresses his need for steadiness. Summer claims that she cannot guarantee how she will feel in the future. She kisses him to show him how she feels right now, and they spend the night together. Tom wants to return to Summer’s after their meeting at a cafe, but she insists on seeing The Graduate first.
She sobs at the end, which surprises him because he assumed it was a sweet fairy tale. Summer is distracted later at the record store and kisses him on the cheek good night. Tom takes her to a diner, where she casually tells him that their relationship isn’t working and breaks up with him. Tom is horrified and depressed, even though she still considers him her best friend. Summer resigns from her job at a greeting card firm.
Tom’s manager assigns him to the consolation department because his depression prevents him from participating in joyful events. Tom goes on a blind date with Alison, a woman he has never met before. Tom spends the entire date chatting about Summer, which irritates Alison. Tom attends Millie’s wedding months later and attempts to avoid Summer on the train, but she notices him and invites him for coffee.
At the wedding, they have a nice time, dance together, and Summer catches the bouquet. She invites Tom to a party at her flat, and on the way back, she falls asleep on his shoulder. He goes to the party in the hopes of rekindling their romance, but he barely speaks to Summer and spends the majority of the night drinking alone, until he notices her engagement ring.
Is There a Netflix Version of 500 Days of Summer?
Netflix does not yet offer the film 500 Days of Summer. If you choose the basic plan, it will cost you $8.99 per month; if you choose the standard plan, it will cost you $13.99 per month; and if you choose the premium plan, it will cost you $17.99 per month. Depending on which plan you select, you will have access to Netflix’s extensive library of titles.
It is confirmed that there is no Netflix version if 500 days of summer, however, fans of this movie are keep waiting when Netflix stream this romantic comedy-drama film, as soon as we found any update, we will let you know…