Marry Me is a romantic comedy miniseries. Rae Ann Carter is an artist turned social worker who is looking for the right man to marry. Just as she thinks she has one in Adam, both she and Adam break up. Unsure, she tries again with Luke, who wants to be the right one: then another man, Harry, takes an interest in her followed by Adam's return. With three men buzzing around her like bees, Rae Ann has a decision to make.
Runtime: 120 minutes
Marry Me - Marry Me (Train song) - Netflix
“Marry Me” is a song written by Pat Monahan and recorded by the group Train, for their fifth studio album Save Me, San Francisco. The song was released on October 25, 2010 as the album's third single. The single has peaked in the top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100, marking the first time the band has had three consecutive top 40 hits and also had three songs from one album chart on the Hot 100. It performed well on Adult Contemporary radio, where it has peaked within the Top 5 of the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart and the Adult Pop Songs chart.
Marry Me - Music video - Netflix
The music video for the song was directed by Lex Halaby. The concept of the video consists of three main outlets - it starts off with separate shots of different couples sitting on a couch and reminiscing about the start of their relationships and the details of how they met. The rest of the video alternates between two different environments, starting with a diner in which a love at first sight moment occurs between Pat Monahan and the waitress of the diner, played by Anna Camp, when their eyes meet. The second alternate environment is the band performing the song, with drummer Scott Underwood on piano and Jimmy Stafford on guitar, with a gray background. The story of the video progresses with the waitress looking at the table where Pat was sitting only to find that he has left, causing her to become regretful of not taking a chance to talk to Pat. The waitress eventually runs out of the diner, hoping that her true love has not gone far, but is disappointed to realize that that's not the case. She then returns to the table where Pat was sitting and finds that he's left his hat. She looks up to see Pat return to the diner, their eyes meet, and he smiles. The final shot of the video shows two steaming cups of coffee on either side of a table in the diner.
Marry Me - References - Netflix