Based on the best selling novel- FIve Feet Apart.
Those little sweet and painful moments which will mean a lot more than you think.
Moments which will make you giggle, and warm your heart.
This movie will make you love your life and what you have a bit more.
Last but not least- Cole Sprouse and Hayley Lu Richardson
“Everyone in this world is breathing borrowed air.”
There are so many moments where you want to go back and relive and this movie will make you rewind the movie a bit too.
The movie is based on one of the best selling novels- Five Feet Apart.
The movie revolves around Stella (Hayley Lu Richardson) and Will (Cole Sprouse) who are teenagers in all the right aspect (best part), but both are ill and live in the hospital.
We have a history of watching a romantic movie with all the pain and sometimes things working out and sometimes things not working out.
When teenagers are involved and things get all mushy with love, pain, noncurable illness (like an uncontrollable thing), people watch it with more adoration so it happens here after The Fault in Our Stars, it is back with Five Feet Apart.
A very similar story with a bit different style.
One of the guidelines for Cystic Fibrosis (CF) patients state that they are bound to stay 6 feet apart from each other due to the danger of cross-infection, the title states 5 feet decreasing one foot that Will and Stella take with the increasing chemistry between them.
With Stella’s life full of rules, timetable, guidelines, she meets Will, a really cute, rebel, a flirty boy who is a fellow CF patient. Flirting starts immediately and story escalates. With every new day, their feelings grow and so does the urge of letting go of rules and enjoy the moments.
Then once the moments of happiness are at the top, everything tumbles down with all the pain, rushing into hospital, tears and only a hint of joy. One helping another to live and behave with the rules. Stella makes sure that Will live his days to the fullest but a person can only do up to a certain point when they themselves know what the pain of suffering is and how much a person can do?