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Genres:
Drama | Romance
Resolution:
1280*534
Size:
998.50M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
107 min
IMDB Rating:
6.5 / 10 
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Downloaded:
1811
Seeds:
23
Peers:
6
Directors: Brett Haley [Director] ,


Movie Description:
The story of Violet Markey and Theodore Finch, who meet and change each other's lives forever. As they struggle with the emotional and physical scars of their past, they come together, discovering that even the smallest places and moments can mean something.

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Reviews

Deeply moving

This movie absolutely moves deeply! While it has not adopted all aspects from the book, it does capture the overall sentiment wonderfully.The movie misses some parts I would have included. Such as in the end the long period Violet was waiting and received only small cryptic signs of life from Finch. And only the last of the five wanderings has been transferred into the movie, missing the other ones in which all the cryptic messages are understood and reveal the hidden sides of Finch's love for Violet. Some details have not been explained, for example the glasses Violet is wearing sometimes, that are her sister's.But apart from that it is a movie you enjoy watching, it evokes strong emotions. You feel love for Finch and Violet, you feel compassion and affection, and it makes you cry in the end. It absolutely has succeeded in portraying the exact emotions as meant by the writers. The scenery and the music is beautiful and the acting is captivating. It is a movie that will stay on your mind for quite some time after watching and to me that is a sign of a successful movie. It really goes to your heart. You realize - to quote Violet when she tells what Finch has taught her - that even the ugliest of places can be beautiful, as long as you take the time to look.

Not quite getting the characters

I dont read the book but judging from the movie itself, I like the movie, I'm getting the message about all the mental health illness and how important is it to seek help before everything is too late. The scene, the mood, the tone of the movie are all very nice, it got us to the mood, but really the character development sucks big time, I just don't quite get it with Finch's past, and Violet's relationship with her sister, a flashback in the past would really get us better help in knowing the characters better.

A deeply sad but incomplete film.

This film tries to portray mental health in a realistic way and manages to do so to some extent. Some of the characters felt out of place and their arcs weren't developed enough, in my opinion. It is clear as you watch the film that was made after a book.
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