Some infrequent cursing but a lot of jokes and conversation about sex; teens stand in front of each other in their underwear; the teens often discuss their diagnoses and the elements of their disease, including surgeries, procedures, and infections, and you see their scars and the medical equipment they need to stay alive; and various characters die onscreen and offscreen and engage in dangerous activities, including playing on a frozen lake. How do you live when your life has an expected end date? She has spent years on the wait list for a lung transplant, has a YouTube-verified account The Daily Breath in which she talks about her life and educates her viewers about cystic fibrosis and its effects; and in general seems to be as well-adjusted as possible, given that doctors told her she would die two years ago. And even with a lung transplant, her life expectancy is still only about another five years. Will also has cystic fibrosis, but has contracted a particular bacterial infection that makes it impossible for him to receive a lung transplant. Because patients with cystic fibrosis can be highly contagious of each other, the teens need to stand six feet away from each other at all times. They know that they will one day die from this disease, but the difference is in how they approach it: Stella wants to be in control, Will has given up hope, and Poe is somewhere in the middle. The film discusses various bacteria, equipment, and therapeutic options, and that level of detail is a little unprecedented for this kind of film. Viewers will probably walk away with more knowledge about this disease then they did walking in, and that may inspire conversations between parents or older viewers and teens about medical research. The ensemble does everything it can to elevate this material: Richardson is lovely and utterly believable as a young woman putting forth a presentation of positivity to avoid slipping into despair.
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Family Movie Review: Five Feet Apart (PG-13)
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