Papatuanuku From the union of Ranginui and Papatuanuku came the atua, including Tane Mahuta guardian of the forest, Tangaroa of the ocean, Haumietiketike who presided over wild foods and Rongomatane whose domain was cultivated crops.
Youth is dramatic precisely because young people lack the perspective of experience: The best young adult novelists tap into that heightened drama. However, I want to talk about one particular trope common to coming-of-age stories that actually spans stories for all age groups: Love has the power to motivate and therefore change.
Yet fiction often cheats by using this trope without showing its dark side. Researchers have found that love can be an addictive feeling, and trying to retain that feeling can lead to dark places.
They were childhood friends and, in high school, spend one night on a vengeful and mostly illegal adventure.
Then Margo disappears, but Q is so convinced they have a connection, he follows her. At the end, Q declares his love for Margo and her response is blunt: She is adventurous and contemptuous of anything she defines as convention; he is constantly afraid of doing anything that might get him in trouble.
That she talks him into acting out-of-character is exhilarating, at least for one night. But Margo knows the situation is temporary. Thanks to constant foreshadowing, the reader does, too. At one point in the book, Margo practically spells it out for Q: And then you picked me back.
At least for tonight. In sickness and in health. In good times and in bad. For richer, for poorer. Till dawn do us part. His love for her rests on the hope that either she will be someone else or he will. He has followed a girl he thought he loved all the way up the East Coast from Florida to New York, only to be turned away.
Live and learn, or better luck next time, the movie seems to suggest. I am always a fan of a strong plot, but in this case the plot cannot stand alone.
The movie itself is neither horrible nor brilliant; it is just rather pointless. The characters are defined by their quirks, rather than characterized through quirky detail. Delevingne, a model-turned-actress, holds attention onscreen but basically plays Margo as a cipher.
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