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Year: 2020
Original Title: All the Bright Places
Length: 107 minutes
Genre: Drama, Romance
Studios: Producciones Kaplan
Distributor: Netflix
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: February 28 2020

United States: February 28 2020


Ranking: 9,713 out of 16,397 movies (up 3044)


5.6 by 2 users

7.8 by 4 media


Violet is a young woman who lives a normal life, without current concerns but with important events that have occurred throughout her life and that have changed her inside, making her a less confident girl. Theodore, for his part, spends every day at the place where a loved one of his suffered an accident and died, and he is unable to overcome that loss. In spite of everything, their paths intersect since, although they go to the same institute and share a class, they really hardly know each other, and that is why for a job, Theodore asks if they can go together, with the intention of knowing her something better. This encounter will change their lives forever. As they struggle to leave behind the scars of their past, they discover that even the smallest moments can be of crucial importance in their lives. Together they will start to have fun for the first time in a long time, they will make plans together and laugh, having to go through difficult times yet but learning to know the most complicated sides of the other person. They will become essential for each other, and together they can with anything. Violet and Finch is directed by Brett Haley, who also participated in Looking for Alaska. In addition, it stars Elle Fanning, known for 'Rainy Day in New York' and Justice Smith, who appeared in 'Jurassic World'.


Cast All the Bright Places



Trivia All the Bright Places

Based of the New York Times Bestselling book All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. Elle Fanning was cast for the lead five months prior to the release of the book. Elle Fanning was author, Jennifer Niven's, first choice to play Violet.