Film and Theater
- Romance (1920 film), silent film, directed by Chester Withey
- Romance (1930 film), starring Greta Garbo
- Romance (1983 film), produced and directed by Ramanand Sagar
- Romance (1999 film), directed by Catherine Breillat
- Romance (play), a play by David Mamet
- The Romantics (film), a 2010 romantic comedy film
- The Romantic (film), a 2009 animated film
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