All the Bright places movie review
All the Bright places a movie about the complex and fragile world of teenagers, captivating cast illuminates teenage mental health issues
“No more winter at all. Finch, you brought me spring.”
― Jennifer Niven, All the Bright Places
In Netflix’s recently released this phenomenal movie called “All the Bright places”, the movie is an adaptation of the book written by Jennifer Niven, directed by Brett Haley. The 1 in a million book wasn’t quite justified by the movie; however, the Chemistry between Fanning and Smith is worth a watch. Unlike the title, all the bright places, the movie was heartbreakingly sad. The two extremely talented actors brought life to the movie; Elle Fanning and Justice Smith are impeccable choices to portray the roles of Violet Markey and Theodore Finch. The movie successfully enlightens audiences about the fragile complexity of Teenage life, get ready to feel a whirlwind of emotions with a vivid storyline of all the bright places.
Violet Markey, played by Elle Fanning, has not yet recovered from the death of her sister. She’s at the breaking point while she experiences Theodore Finch (Justice Smith). “Finch” is a captivating, very proficient kid from Violet’s High school who has issues of his own, ones he barely manages to have under control. Empathetic and innovative, Finch uncovers a way to reach out to Violet, at that point pressure her into being his friend through a school project. In the arrangement of Violet’s reemergence into reality, the two fall hopelessly in love and create a secure place for each other in this world. Sadly, it isn’t always long before each Violet and Finch understands that broken souls cannot always be healed. The two capable actors deliver emotional depth to a film that looks to illuminate the audience about a complex and delicate high school world. All the Bright Places is a high school rom-com, while fun and diverting. By all accounts, not the only movies that rely upon the young audience. Despite the fact that the issues pointed about are familiar, with sorrow, mental health, bullying, the film has exceptional multidimensional characters and is both smooth and moving.
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