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A can embody a person of any gender or body type, but there are "rules" of this kind of host hopping: The person A is placed within must be their own age, and physically near the last host. A's presence is unknown by the friends and family of the host, which means that whatever the plan is for that person, on that specific day, A is often obligated to go along with.
That proves to be a problem when A is put in a body of a young man whose family is traveling far from their love Rhiannon. If A goes on vacation, the next day, they will be stuck with a new body — one that might not return to Rhiannon's hometown.
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Still, the movie does ask intriguing questions about how we fall in love. Can we stay just as infatuated with our significant other if they take on multiple new forms? I'm hoping, at least for Rhiannon, that the answer is yes.
Every Day hits theaters on February 23.