Sarah (Elvira Cameron) and two college students, Lorenzo (Roberto Christian), meet at a naval camp. It’s summer, and the teenagers in this camp find joy and coolness by the water. There is something in the warmth of this season that makes couples hug and hug under her ield. Relationships usually develop in the summer, when the breakup is designated for the winter. To understand why romance develops more in the summer, if one applies this argument to the heart the person will end up without a simple, reasonable explanation. People go out more in the summer than in the winter and the chances of finding a sweater increase.

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However, the spark between Sarah and Lorenzo instantly turned into an inevitable fire. Their initial combined-intelligence lies in the fact that they are pressuring each other to perform stunts that they don’t normally perform. When Lorenzo refuses to do so, Sara jumps over the fire. Lorenzo interrupts the camp all night when teasing him for not doing it for four years. These are flirting and a different, more intense personality. We never take our natural soul on a first date. In order to influence the other partner, we make an appealing perception. Sarah and Lorenzo may be the most annoying people on earth, but when they are together they radiate a message that comes in contact with the sun like a lake that sparkles from right to left.



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I mentioned something about making such assumptions. Sarah is hiding information from Lorenzo, fearing that her pain could cover her loving-dove sun in the clouds. He suffers from muscular dystrophy, a disease in which the muscles become weak over time. If you don't guess yet, he will eventually leave this world. Voile! You have doomed romance in the vein of The Fault in Our Stars, which clearly serves as the inspiration behind Massimiliano Camaeti's Italian film. There are scenes from The Fault in Our Stars that have been viewed (and revised). In the American film, the couple travels to Anne Frank House. Here they go to the rocky island. There couples stare at the night sky. Here, they look at the roof of a museum. There are other references, but I'll leave them to you to explore (if you're in the mood).




The Fault in Our Stars, of course, gave the enthusiastic duo some features. We knew they liked books and offered their choices to each other. Sarah and Lorenzo like boats but they don’t talk about it with enthusiasm. Perhaps the subject of the ship is limited and does not allow for deeper conversations than books. I don’t know too much about it. Still, you can discuss observance strategies or anything to show why you enjoy this particular activity. Instead, it has become a bridge that performs the initial task of connecting the two for the story. Caught in the hands of Wave tells us to buy relationships, romance and companionship between Sarah and other patients at the hospital. You don't feel any of these things. The film doesn't help in a way that keeps the boxes from ticking over the emotion. The songs are not biased towards the film (except for the last one).




Yet, if I lie that emotions are always silent. There is honesty in this romance, and it escapes through sporadic cracks. Some scenes worked so well that I was surprised to see my reaction to them. Sara and Lorenzo open the ex's bedroom when there's love in the air. You can feel the heartache when his dad talks to his dad inside the car (they remind him about the past). Then there’s the bitsuit feeling that you’re looking out of a face car or looking up at the ceiling. These moments are far from original. They are obtained from the source before being seen there. But they explode nicely and fill the void (for the most part) present in the movie. The aforementioned bits are driven by the heart, i.e., the characters unfold with the horrible situation in which they live and surround them. More than admirable, you are frustrated after watching these sections because you wonder why Hell Comey, including author Claudia Botino, did not include such scenes where the characters just bleed their hearts out to let it add more excitement to these ... genders. And a plus point should be given to the fact that being caught by the wave prevents us from driving with the disease. Sarah does not feel sorry for herself and expects the same from others. Film, thanks, compete

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