Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Review of the film Everything,Everything by Melisa Marzett

Everything, everything movie review
The movie is based on the same name novel written by Nicola Yoon. The main filming of the movie was happening in Vancouver (Canada) in September 2016. Originally, going on the air was planned on August, 2017 but eventually advanced the date to May.
A nurse, a mother and diseases are everything, everything for a young girl named Maddie. She is 18 years old and she has never been outside her hermetic home as long as she might die in case she does go outside. She is allergic to everything, which makes her a prisoner of her own home. She lives rather secluded way of life until…
Once upon a time, a boy living next-door Ollie notices her and decides on getting to know her. They begin texting and become closer. In a moment Maddie ventures upon a crazy step, she wants to spend at least one day with Ollie enjoying the world beyond her home to the full and she is ready to throw herself under a bus.
Imagine what it would be like if you could not be able to touch things around you. You will never be able to take a breath of fresh air, will not be able to feel the warmth of sun on your face or kiss a boy living next-door. It is a story of unusual love between a healthy boy and a sick girl who wants to experience everything everything Even though she might lose the most precious thing we have – life. is it worth to be alive if no love though?
About the author: Melisa Marzett is an author, writer and blogger who writes for http://smartessayrewriter.com. Essay Rewriter from smartessayrewriter.com currently and eager to write more and more, as much as she can because this is what she enjoys doing.