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A love story with a girl asking what love is and a boy answering with what he believes love is!

Ivr for a long long time now been looking for a movie (I also think its a book) but I sadly dont remember much of it.

The only part I do remember is a quote from the movie.
Its a girl who asks "what is love?" And then a boy answers with "love? Love is..."

That is of course not a lot to go on, but if anybody remembers this quote from movies then maybe ill be able to find it.
asked Sep 14, 2016 in Name That Movie by AssyntAngrl (1 point)
"Love means never having to say your sorry." The only movie I can think of with a question of what love is is "Love Story" with Ryan O'Neal that came out around 1969. Also a book.