This need not be taken too seriously and is just a piece of fluff (Allociné raing 2.0/32). It's like a fable. Marina Hands (Dorothée), is a big girl on the model of Mariel Hemingway; she also played Lady Chatterley. This will work for you if you buy the chemistry between her and newcomer Julien Doré, as the boyfriend, Nicolas. The pair meet at a rural gathering of ethnic performances. It's love at first sight. Nicolas relocates and becomes a hairdresser in Dorothée's town. Her father objects; they try to commit joint suicide dressed in wedding clothes lying on a railroad track, but are saved. Daddy dies and they're to marry but Nicolas believes a nasty rumor. They both wind up in Paris hunting for each other. She gives up and marries a deaf-mute Italian tailor (Guillaume Gallienne, a splendid mime here). When Nicolas reappears she regrets this, but the trouble is, her husband is just too nice to betray. What to do? It's all too far-fetched to recount here -- or to object to. "Together We..." has some charming, funny moments. Julien Doré struck me as having some of the appeal of the young Hugh Grant. A very entertaining little film.
Seen in Paris during its theatrical run in April 2010.