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Me Before You, Movie Review

Anijah Gordon, Staff Writer

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me-before      If you thought that “Titanic” and “The fault in our Stars” were sad then you obviously haven’t watched “Me Before You.

“The movie is about a young lady named Louisa “Lou” Clark played by actress (Emilia Clarke) and Will Traynor played by actor (Sam Claflin). Lou has a goofy and quirky personality and Will is quite the opposite.

As the movie opens, Will is in a bicycle accident that leaves him in a wheelchair. The two young people fall in love after Louisa becomes his caregiver.

Despite Will being in a wheelchair, Lou is able to look beyond that and love him for who he truly is.

Both of them go on various adventures deepening their bond.

Unfortunately, Will’s condition was getting worse. Even though Louisa shows him that life is worth living, he could not go on.

The movie left me heartbroken, as well as Louisa.

So get your tissue out and find out what happened to the love Lou and Will shared.

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