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Year: 2018
Original Title: To All the Boys I've Loved Before
Length: 99 minutes
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Studios: Overbrook Entertainment, Netflix
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United States: August 17 2018


Ranking: 841 out of 15,912 movies (up 334)


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Lara Jean Song Convey (Lana Condor) is a normal teenager, with a good relationship with his family and friends and a secret that she keeps for herself passionately. In a box, she keeps all the love letter she has ever written to the five boys she has been in love with. Mysteriously, one day and without any warning, she realizes that the letters are gone, turning her life into pure mess. It is then when Peter (Noah Centineo), holding the letter addressed to him in one hand, confesses that their thing is impossible. But that's only the beginning. Peter is followed by Greg (Andrew Bachelor), Luchas (Trezzo Mahoro), Josh (Israel Broussard), who is also her sister's boyfriend, and Owen (Joey Pacheco), all of them boys Lara had felt something for in any moment of her life. She must do all she can to make them believe she has a boyfriend, for which Peter offers himself. Hide full plot... Show full plot


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A lot of studios were interested in the novel to adapt it, but all of them wanted to change Lara Jean's lineage to make her Caucasian, not Asian. 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' is the first part of a trilogy, followed by the books 'P.S.: I Still Love You' and 'Always and Forever, Lara Jean'. In the final scene there's a character from 'P.S.: I Still Love You'.