Five Feet Apart (the screenplay for which was turned into a bestselling novel) is not just a ‘beautiful sick teens in love’ movie. It lacks most of the treacle that tends to get in the way of genuine emotion in these types of films.
Before Louise Brooks became the movie sensation of the 1920s, she was a just another kid with a dream.
Given a chance to go to New York to study dance, she leaped at the chance – though curbed somewhat by the chaperone her mother insisted go with her.
Written by Downton Abbey’s Julian Fellowes, The Chaperone opens in New York on May 29th and Los Angeles on April 5th before going wide.
Girl meets boy; they fall in love. Both have Cystic Fibrosis – the protocol for which requires that they can never be closer than six feet apart.
Being the rebellious, madly in love pair that they are, they choose to move to five feet apart.
Five Feet Apart will open on March 15th. Bring your tissues.
One was reaching for the stars; the other was searching for her past.
The Chaperone opens in select theaters in New York on March 29 and Los Angeles on April 5; national expansion in April and May
The Bronze is the story of a woman who achieved an impossible medal in gymnastics but instead of using that to go on to better things, coasted on the glory of that achievement – then, for all the wrong reasons, found a way to move on… and nearly blew it.