Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) is a young American woman who goes on a pre-honeymoon with her fiancé Victor (Gael García Bernal) to Verona Italy. Victor is unmoved by the romance of Italy and uses his time to research his soon-to-open restaurant, often neglecting Sophie. Sophie accidentally discovers an unanswered “letter to Juliet” by a Claire Smith(Vanessa Redgrave) from 1957 and following Sophie’s reply, Claire decides to look for her long-lost love, Lorenzo Bartolin (Franco Nero).
Do you believe in destiny? She inquires. Since, she did, when love is destined, it gets to be eternal. You do not intend to love; you begin to look all starry eyed at the off-chance that it is meant to be. You meet him; get to be companions as well as perhaps foes, however something clicks, something, which only two souls can make sense off. Letters to Juliet is tale of love and romance dancing around the concept of “soulmates”.
Claire is an old woman with a young heart who finds her true love after 50 years. Love knocks on her door, and what if she didn’t have the courage to let it in. Bewildered in the middle of “whats and “ifs”, she brings the two horrifying words together and wins her predestination.
“When we are speaking about love, it’s never too late”, Lorenzo.