Five Feet Apart: Fan Event
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- Haley Lu Richardson
- Cole Sprouse
- Moises Arias
- Kimberly Hebert Gregory
- Parminder Nagra
- Claire Forlani
- Emily Baldoni
- Gary Weeks
- Cynthia Evans
- Brett Austin Johnson
Did You Know?
- The film partnered with Claire's Place Foundation, a charity providing emotional and financial support to families struggling with Cystic Fibrosis. The actors and director worked closely to accurately depict cystic fibrosis in the film.
- When Stella and Will are sitting at the edge of the pool the position of the left strap of Stella's dress changes multiple times between shots.
- Stella: Human touch. Our first form of communication. Safety, security, comfort, all in the gentle caress of a finger. Or the brush of lips on a soft cheek. It connects us when we're happy, bolsters us in times of fear, excites us in times of passion and love. We need that touch from the one we love, almost as much as we need air to breathe. But I never understood the importance of touch. His touch. Until I couldn't have it. So if you're watching this, and you're able, touch him. Touch her. Life's too short to waste a second.
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literally still ugly crying... so worth it! always remember if you have the ability to see the lights, DO IT!😭😁😘
Not a single person in the theater left without shedding a tear, this movie was so sad yet happy and inspiring and makes you really feel. Take a friend, take a date, take a sibling, no matter who you go with, you will leave feeling bad for all the times you didn’t truly appreciate these people and you won’t take them for granted again. This movie is something truly special and I think that everyone who can see it should. You will cry, but you will also appreciate what and who you have and if that isn’t worth the money then I don’t know what is. I will definitely be seeing this again.
Richardson, in particular, shines in the role.
The film becomes more exhausting than tense. In the end, all that manipulation backfires. Unlike the best of its genre, the rote Five Feet Apart isn’t wrenching enough to jerk a single tear.
Cutting through the thick curtain of recycled lovey-dovey remarks and the proficiently dull craftsmanship of the production, Richardson’s radiant charisma acts as a lifeline. One would be hard-pressed to find a moment where she is not earnestly committed to the role’s convincingly bittersweet shtick.