Violet And Finch Netflix released a new movie about teenagers, a romantic movie and adored by the readers of “All the Bright Places”
There is still a sigh of February, take the opportunity to see the premiere of Violet and Finch, a film starring Elle Fanning (A Rainy Day in New York) and Justice Smith (Pokémon: Detective Pikachu) about two friends whose meeting changes their lives forever.
The youth drama is based on Jennifer Niven’s novel titled “All the Bright Places, ” which tells how two young people are at the top of the bell tower when they both contemplate suicide.
Violet and finch is conflicted by a past tragedy and Finch is struggling with his mental health. From there both will have to fight to survive while a great love is born in them (violet and finch).
“‘All the Bright Places’ is a phenomenal book. Consider the idea that, despite his love for someone, it is not always possible to save him.
“He gently touches the first love and the speed with which he can fall in love with someone (violet and finch), but also the pain that arises when his idea always ends after a few months,” The Guardian published.
The film is directed by Brett Haley, who has been responsible for other romantic films such as Sounds of the Heart (2018) and I’ll See You in My Dreams (2015).
“History constantly explores life, and shows the reader how valid life is.” It comes with an overwhelming message of doing everything before it is too late, “the newspaper added.
Violet and Finch feature the performances of Alexandra Shipp, Keegan-Michael Key, Luke Wilson, Virginia Gardner, Nicole Forester, Felix Mallard, Lamar Johnson, and Kelli O’Hara.
Violet and Finch
Directs Brett Haley.
They perform Elle Fanning, Justice Smith, Alexandra Shipp, and Keegan-Michael Key.
Premiere: As of today on Netflix.
Youth Dramas or violet and finch
If you like this kind of story, here the five that you can not miss and that is available on Netflix.
1) At the Edge of Seventeen: film with Hailee Steinfeld (Charlie’s Angels) about two friends who see their relationship broken when one gets involved with the other’s older brother.
2) Here and Now: Shailene Woodley (Under the Same Star) and Miles Teller (Friends of Arms) recreate two neighbors with opposite personalities that attract each other. The film based on the novel by Tim Sharp.
3) Beach Rats: It shows how a Brooklyn teenager, played by Harris Dickinson (King’s Man: The Origin), discovers the awakening of a different orientation from what is expected of him. Recognized in Sundance.
4) I Kill Giants: Based on Joe Kelly’s novel, it tells how a girl resorts to fantasy to escape her domestic problems. With Madison Wolfe (The Spell 2) and Zoe Saldana (Avatar).
5) Dude: Olivia Milch directs this story of teenagers who will face the changes after leaving school. It features the stellar Awkwafina (Ocean’s 8) and Lucy Hale (Little Liars).