“All the Bright Places” lays on the idea that you never truly know what others are going through, that individuals who appear to have everything in perfect order outwardly may have significantly more going on under. Maybe that is not a novel, groundbreaking idea, but rather it’s one that is as advantageous as could be expected. Furthermore, the film’s candid discussion about psychological instability, self-destructive contemplations, actual maltreatment, and family misfortune is so intense and essential that it makes you wish Fanning hadn’t been burdened with a treacly portrayal toward the end, summing up the topics. Youngsters are brilliant—they can deal with these sorts of complex ideas.
|Release Date||February 28, 2020|
|File type||SRT (zip file)|