The film flash-forwards to the present, treating the first scene as a dream sequence of Will.
He then finds out that his girlfriend Amy is having an affair with Flavor Flav, and she breaks up with Will because he is not admitting his true feelings for her.
Think you want might want to show your love by running past airport security like in "Love, Actually"; playing "In Your Eyes" on a boombox outside your potential partner's house a la "Say Anything"; or making out on a beach as in "From Here To Eternity"? As this infographic from 1-800-Flowers suggests shows, most people don't appreciate extreme romantic gestures when they happen in real life.
It's nice to have people approaching their jobs with enthusiasm and energy -- as is certainly the case with the Prague Philharmonic (conducted by Nic Raine and Paul Bateman) and the Crouch End Festival Chorus, whose members here seem to be having a great deal of fun with this assortment of cues and suites from movies involving disasters of one kind or another (though calling The Abyss a disaster movie might be stretching the truth somewhat).
This episode follows the accident as told by Valeri Legasov (played by Adrian Edmondson, in one of his more serious roles), the Russian scientist who was a key member of the Soviet government commission formed to investigate the causes of the catastrophe and to plan the mitigation of its consequences. Some of the documentary was filmed on location in the abandoned town of Pripyat and inside one of the remaining 3 (now closed) nuclear reactors located at Chernobyl.
Later that day, Will has a "Super Duper Sweet Sixteen" party at his house, despite the fact he is 25. Phil, Will's best friend Calvin, and Anton Chigurh, among others.