Everything Everything. Film review

A light movie, based on one of the besteller book of the last years, is sweat like a sunset breeze on the beach…and this film starts just in the ocean water with the protagonist laying among waves.
The Young Maddy (Amandla Stenberg…the young Rue of Hunger Games) leads us, with draws and immagines, in her magic world made by smiles and levity.
But, there’s allway a “but”, this fantastic wolrd, is closed in a small prison, very beautifully funished home, but however little prison…a sanitazed against everything (virus and blights)
In this “castle” the pretty pincesses is weel cared by is lovely mother and a friendly nurse
This static picture will be shaken by the new neighbours…a beatifull e sweat boy intrigued by a shadow girl hidden in the house
Like a romeo of XXI century, trowing little pebble, writing notes, texting on wazup Olly (Nick Robinson) will be able to became a special friend  of Maddy. This world changing event will be difficult to mantein in a small house, an exciting turn of events that keep the audience warm for Maddy.

Everything, Everything

Initial release: May 19, 2017 (USA)
Director: Stella Meghi
GENRE: Drama, Sentimental, Romance
YEAR: 2017
ACTORS: Amandla Stenberg, Nick Robinson, Ana de la Reguera, Anika Noni Rose, Taylor Hickson, Danube Hermosillo, Dan Payne, Sage Brocklebank, Fiona Loewi, Peter Benson, Robert Lawrenson, Francoise Yip

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