It happens rarely when Netflix invests in a movie that has been released a few years back in theaters, however, the OTT giant is welcoming 2 Hearts, a 2020 American romantic comedy, with open arms. The 2020 American romantic comedy '2 Hearts' is all set to release on Netflix on November 16, 20222, and fans who are yet to watch it are eager to witness the incredible real story. 2 Hearts star cast includes Jacob Eldordi, Adan Canto, Tiera Skovby, and Radha Mitchell in the lead roles and it is directed by Lance Hool. While the general stigma around rom-com is that it is fictional in nature, 2 Hearts is different altogether. That might be the reason why Netflix has decided to release 2 Hearts even 2 years after it's theatrical release. Now, the question arises whether 2 Hearts is a true story or 2 Hearts is a real story or not.

The answer to this question is yes. 2 Hearts is a true story based on the real-life story of Jorge Bacardi from the Bacardi Rum dynasty. Christopher Gregory was an organ donor who tragically and suddenly passed away at the age of 19 from a brain aneurysm. Christopher’s organs were donated to five people, one of them being Jorge. 2 Hearts' official synopsis says, "When college freshman, Chris (Jacob Elordi) meets senior Sam (Tiera Skovbye), they quickly fall in love and look ahead to a lifetime together. Meanwhile, businessman Jorge (Adan Canto) meets flight attendant Leslie (Radha Mitchell), and they embark on their own love story."

"Whilst Chris and Sam’s romance unfolds, Jorge is struggling with a progressive illness, and soon these two love stories dramatically intersect, forcing painful decisions to be made. Based on a true story and starring an incredible cast, 2 Hearts is a touching story of romance, compassion and sacrifice," the official synopsis further adds.

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Jorge Bacardi and Christopher Gregory

As mentioned above. 2 Hearts is a real story based on true events from the life of Jorge Bacardi and Christopher Gregory, taking its material for a book written by Chris' father, Eric named All My Tomorrows: A Story of Tragedy, Transplant, and Hope. Christopher was a college freshman when he tragically passed away from a brain aneurysm, and his organs were later donated to five different people, one being Jorge. For the unversed, Jorge Bacardi, whose family has manufactured rum and other spirits for 150 years, suffered since childhood with primary ciliary dyskinesia, a debilitating lung disease that nearly ended his life. A double-lung transplant at Mayo's Florida campus in 2008 enabled him to take his first full breath of air at age 64.

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