The stand-alone four film series about teen romance based on the Brazilian book series. As each film is its own story, you can watch one of them or all of them and in any order.
- Autumn - A little more mature, and the nice music really elevates it into an enjoyable watch.
- Summer - The most mainstream entry of the series, a very easy watch.
- Winter - Goes for a more ethereal style, with less comedy and more tragedy.
- Spring - Poorest written of the series. Protagonist is devoid of logic which hampers the comedy and romance.
Natural Order (Chronological with a natural progression)
- Winter - Mabel is on winter break during her senior year and meets a week-long romantic fling.
- Spring - Jasmine is finishing senior year and graduating and has a love interest heading in a different direction.
- Summer - Summer after graduating high school, Inha is applying to fashion school for college but meets a love interest that makes her re-think her future.
- Autumn - Anna is in her first semester of a law program in college and falls in love in a relationship that can actually last.
- Summer - The easiest watch, most middle-of-the-road movie of the series. It's fun, colourful and energetic. The most likely of the four to not turn off potential viewers.
- Autumn - The best movie of the series. The one with a romance most likely to last. The perfect second movie to build up an audience.
- Winter - It's a lot slower and more dramatic than Summer and Autumn, and with a more artistic style it'd be a hard movie to use to keep building an audience.
- Spring - Also a middle-of-the-road movie, but it's not as well written and not nearly as fun as Summer.
An Unforgettable Year: Autumn
An Unforgettable Year: Winter
An Unforgettable Year: Spring
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