Com:Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Nat Wolff, Laura Dern, Sam Trammell, Mike Birbigli, Lotte Verbeek, Willem Dafoe, Milica Govich, David Whalen, Ana Dela Cruz, Emily Peachey, Emily Bach, Randy Kovitz
Romantic drama directed by Josh Boone based on the novel by John Green. The story follows Hazel Grace Lancaster (Shailene Woodley), a teenager with terminal lung cancer who is later saved by an experimental treatment. Fearing that Hazel is suffering from depression, her parents, Frannie and Michael (Laura Dern and Nat Wolf), ask her to join a support group for young cancer patients, where she meets cancer survivor Augustus Waters (Ansel Elgort). ). While Hazel and Augustus form a fast friendship, they soon fall in love and plan to love each other forever when time finally catches up with them.
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"You can live with pain. Just do it.' - Frannie (The Fault in Our Stars)click to tweet She didn't want millions of fans. She only wanted one. And she did. Maybe she wasn't universally loved, but she was deeply loved. And isn't that more than most of us get? - Gus (The Fault in Our Stars)click to tweet
[first lines; Hazel is lying on the grass and looking up at the stars]
hazelnut color:I think we have a choice in this world about how we tell sad stories. On the one hand, you can sugarcoat it like you do in movies and novels, where beautiful people learn beautiful lessons and nothing is so wrong it can't be fixed with an apology and a Peter Gabriel song. I like it as much as the next girl believes me. It's not the truth.That's the truth. I'm very sorry.
hazelnut color:Brochures and websites often list depression as a side effect of cancer. Depression is not a side effect of cancer, but a side effect of death. what was wrong with me
Dr Maria:Have you been to the support group I suggested?
hazelnut color:Yeah, that's not my thing.
Dr Maria:The support group is a great way to connect with people who...
hazelnut color:who are what
Dr Maria:On the same journey.
hazelnut color:"Travel?" Seriously?
Dr Maria:Give me a chance. Who knows? You might even find it enlightening.
[in cancer support group]
hazelnut color:I'll spare you the gory details of Patrick's testicular cancer. Basically, they found it in their nuts. They cut most of her off and she nearly died, but she didn't. So here he is, divorced, friendless, living on his parents' couch and "literally" blasting his cancerous past into the Heart of Jesus to show us that one day, if we're lucky, we can be just like him.
hazelnut color:And that was my life. Reality shows, doctor appointments, eight prescription drugs, three times a day. But worst worst, worst of all, support group.
hazelnut color:Mom, if you want me to be a teenager, don't put me in a support group. I need you to give me a fake ID so I can go to clubs and drink gimlets and smoke weed.
Miguel:Uh, you don't do pot.
hazelnut color:Okay, well that's the kind of thing you'd know with a fake ID.
[Isaac introduces himself to the support group]
isaak:Hello guys. Hey. I'm Isaac, I have retinoblastoma. When I was younger, I had surgery on one eye, so it's a glass eye, and then I'm going to the hospital for another surgery to remove the other eye. So I will be completely blind after this operation. But I have a beautiful and hot friend who helps me, Mônica. And I have great friends like Augustus Waters who help me. So this is what happens. Thank you very much.
[as Gus introduces himself to the support group]
Patrick:And how are you feeling Gus?
Gus:I'm amazing yeah I'm on a roller coaster that only goes up, man.
Patrick:You may want to share your fears with the group.
[Gus thinks for a moment and looks at Hazel before answering]
Gus:Yes, look, I intend to live an extraordinary life. Remembering So, I would say that if I was scared, I wouldn't do it.
hazelnut color:I just want to say that you know there will come a time when we are all dead. There was a time before man and there will be a time after. It could be tomorrow, it could be a million years, and when it happens, no one will remember Cleopatra or Muhammad Ali or Mozart, least of all us.Forgetting is inevitable. And if it scares you, I suggest you ignore it.
[Gus smiles at him]
hazelnut color:God knows that's what everyone else is doing.
Patrick:Well that's good advice.
Gus:What is your name?
Gus:No, what is your full name?
hazelnut color:Hazel Grace Lancaster.
hazelnut color:Why are you looking at me like that?
Gus:Because you're beautiful.
hazelnut color:Oi Got.
Gus:I like looking at beautiful people. You see, a while ago I decided not to deny myself life's simpler pleasures. In particular, as you so insightfully pointed out, we are all going to die very soon.
hazelnut color:Okay, that's great, but I'm not pretty.
[refers to Isaac and Monica constantly calling each other "always"]
hazelnut color:Is always"?
Gus:"Always" is his thing. Like they "always" loved each other and all. They've probably texted each other "always" this year, about fourteen million times.
[as Gus puts a cigarette in his mouth]
hazelnut color:In fact?! That's disgusting!
hazelnut color:What, do you think that's cool or something? you ruined everything
hazelnut color:AND! Only!
hazelnut color:She was doing great too. God! There's always hamartie, isn't there? And yours is that even though you have cancer, you're willing to give money to a company for the chance of getting more cancer? Let me tell you, not being able to breathe sucks! It totally sucks!
hazelnut color:It's a fatal mistake.
[holds cigarette between fingers]
Gus:Hazel Grace, they really don't hurt you unless you turn them on.
Gus:I never lit one. It's a metaphor, you know? You put the thing that kills right between your teeth.But you never give him the power to kill you. a metaphor.
[as Gus takes her to his house]
Gus:Yes, I failed my exam a few times.
hazelnut color:what you don't say
Gus:When I took the test a fourth time, that's exactly how it went, and when it was over, the instructor looked at me and said, "Your driving is uncomfortable, but not technically unsafe."
hazelnut color:advantage in cancer.
Gus:Total cancer benefit.
[after Hazel explains her cancer story]
hazelnut color:So they called it "The Miracle". Of course, my lungs still stink because they're lungs, but theoretically they could stink like this, I don't know, maybe for a while.
Gus:So you went back to school?
hazelnut color:I have my GED so I take classes at MCC.
Gus:Wow! A college girl! Well, that explains the aura of sophistication.
Gus:Good. what's your story
hazelnut color:I told you. I was diagnosed when I was thirteen...
Gus:No no no. It's not your cancer story. its true story. Your interests. Your hobbies. your passions. Your weird fetishes.
hazelnut color:rare fetishes?
Gus:Come on, come up with something. The first thing that comes to mind is something you love.
hazelnut color:"An imperial Affliction."
Gus:OK. What is that?
hazelnut color:It's a novel, my favorite novel.
Gus:wait wait wait Got zombies in it?
hazelnut color:Zombies? We will!
hazelnut color:no It's not that kind of book.
Gus:Well, what's the point?
hazelnut color:Ooh, cancer.
hazelnut color:But not like that, believe me. It is wonderful. The author, his name is Peter Van Houten. He's the only person I've ever met who, A, understands what it means to die, but B didn't actually die.
Gus:Okay, I'm going to read this horrible book with a really boring title that doesn't contain zombies or stormtroopers. And in return...
[gets up and takes a book from the shelf]
Gus:You will read this. This disturbing but brilliant novelization of my favorite video game.
Gus:It's okay not to laugh. It's great. It's about honor and sacrifice and bravery and heroism. It's accepting your destiny and leaving your mark on the world.
Gus:your hands are so cold
hazelnut color:Oh, they are less cold than oxygen deficient.
Gus:I love it when you talk to me about medicine.
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