Sylvia Le Mat & Tarra Matthews
Staff Writer & Senior Managerwas inspired by a couple who got engaged on the Babylon line of the Long Island Rail Road on January 12th, 2014. Justin and his team heard about the couple and so Timberlake's label, RCA, hired TV-commercial director Dennis Liu and producer Brooke McDaniel to film a documentary-style video for the song in search of the couple. "This is a true story," a female narrator says in the video, "...It was a scene out of a movie, like 'Say Anything.' A young man proposed to his girlfriend playing a Justin Timberlake song. . . . We don't know who these people are or what their story is. But maybe you do. We're making a documentary about finding love. Have you seen this couple?" The video shows people trying to find this couple and it also displays quick interviews of couples explaining how they’ve fallen in love and how they are living now. The video is cute and moving. Not much is known about the couple or the proposal except that the proposal went down around 8:20 pm, the train was headed toward Pennsylvania Station and the couple was 22 to 28 years old with the woman wearing a pink peacoat. By the way, do you know or did you see this couple and/or this proposal? If you did, it’s high time you tweet it with the #HaveYouSeenThisCouple hashtag, perhaps that the two lovebirds will come forward. There is also a Tumblr page for you to visit, haveyouseenthiscouple.tumblr.com for behind-the-scenes photos and information about the video. I must confess that I find the idea a bit strange: however, if you want to propose to your girlfriend, don’t forget to use the music of her favorite artist, for he might dedicate a whole video to her, just like JT did.
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