What has been the most heartwarming movie of the season for you to watch? Let me tell you, Netflix’s ‘The Half of It’ can be undoubtedly ranked at the top of the list to be further suggested to your peers. Added to that, you couldn’t but just get enough time to fix yourself on the screen in all these days!
Yes, ‘The Half of It’ happens to be one of the definitive Young Adult stirring romcoms which is based on a bizarre theme as it challenges the ruling narratives from the Hollywood down the timeline. And this time, the plot chases an Asian-American female penned by the director, Alice Wu.
The lead character in the movie is Leah Lewis in the name of Ellie Chu who can be defined as a brilliant student from high school. As the plot unveils, she will get hired by a high school athlete, Paul Munsky(Daniel Diemer) to write love letters for his dreamgirl. And from there, things would take a kick led by a twist.
Eventually, the girl with whom Daniel would reportedly be in love with would be the same girl whom Leah would like. On one hand, the film depicts the affectionate, loving side of Eliah who secretly crushes her girl while on the other, her friendship with the jockstrap is shown to grow by leaps. However, the film doesn’t anyhow project hatred in the secret competition.
But as both Ellie and Paul’s feelings for Asteren deep, the three teenagers will be seen to contribute towards a love triangle which compels each of them to admit their perceptions about love and affairs.
Well, the morale of the movie stands at exploring someone of one’s age to seek own in the unfolding destiny. Thus, its more about a young lady who has hidden her identity in the past but gradually becomes who she is supposed to be.
The film’s duration is 104 minutes and is rated PG-13.