Not catching The Fault in Our Stars (on the first day)

So, today The Fault in Our Stars is opening and I can’t get to watch it. I wrote this blog entry in advance because I am in the beach with my cousin and my uncle and aunt and I’m getting away from the city and the world for awhile and reconnect with the sea. I need it. I’m so thankful for the invite. I haven’t gone to the beach this whole summer and this summer has been brutal.

I need this.

But I am sad because I heard so many good things about The Fault in Our Stars. I was supposed to read the book before the movie comes out but I never got to. I love Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort. I thought Ansel Elgort was the best thing in the Carrie remake and Shailene Woodley just killed Divergent and The Spectacular Now. So, on that alone, I know I’m going to like it. And I’m going to be late on posting my review up in Juice. I’m quite sad about that.

But the story and this trailer. A love story of two people who are suffering from illnesses. Don’t mix love stories with terminal illnesses, please! I get so vulnerable and fragile. That’s my weakness. I will not survive. If it is even just half as good as I am expecting it to be, I’m going to be destroyed by this film (in a beautiful way).

I can just tell. I’m crying just watching the trailer. I always empathise with the one suffering from the affliction. Of course. I’m so basic that way.

I can’t believe I’m not going to see it on the first day.

One thought on “Not catching The Fault in Our Stars (on the first day)

  1. I’ve been looking forward to seeing this, but stupidly hadn’t thought about how the ‘terminal illness – falling in love’ dimension was relevant to me. After reading your post, I now know I’m going to cry like a baby when I watch it 🙂

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