I was first excited knowing that Shailene of Divergent I also watched before is a part of this movie. She was weak here, in and out of the hospital and has thyroid cancer that slowly hitting her lungs. In her part maybe, she knows where this illness will result and she decided to attend the support group for young cancer patients as she knows she belonged to it. She looks really ill and at the same time, charming and interesting. There she met Gus, played by Ansel Elgort, the tough man with removed leg due to cancer treatment. Gus was cancer free when she met Hazel. They were both attractive and full of humor and guts.
The director, Joosh Boone made a heart striking movie out of a novel and it was too beautiful. It showed life out of cancer issues and it was hope for everyone. I’d rather be thankful, we should because we were blessed physically and healthy enough. We should love the gift of life as we breathe. Just like cancer patients slowly lose breathing and running fast for treatments, let us not waste our lives with vices, but help and support health organizations for them to feel normal. This movie is an eye opener and a voice of hope and love.