Genres: Drama | Romance
Releasing Date: 12 October 2012 (USA)
Director: Stephen Chbosky
Writers: Stephen Chbosky
Stars: Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, Ezra Miller
A nice surprise arrived on our screens early this year. Unexpected in its false air of film for teenagers, adapting the novel “The Perks of Being a wallflower ” by the author himself is actually a gem of writing and interpretation where each character has his own place .
With this haunting atmosphere alternating thoughts and anxieties Charlie with some folk and beautiful scenes beautifully sung by the entire cast , it is easy to be carried away by the delicacy of the whole narrative in weightlessness.
Stephen Chbosky takes time to install the discomfort of Charlie , disclosing here and there some unexpected clues to the origin of her visions , and those who sent him to the hospital and make him do those things which he has no memory . The intelligence of the author is to be able to maintain confidentiality , but still weighing a mysterious event which had upset the development of the protagonist. This is when the veil is lifted, just enough to make the audience understand the appalling nature of the thing, the film takes its full extent .
The director plays divinely and finesse with our nerve and causes irreparable empathy for the loser with a big heart who dreams only to find friendship. I must say that Chbosky is well supported by young actors infusing additional energy to the main frame. Ezra Miller , a true rising star , carefully choosing his films, it deploys a cheeky charisma causing immediate membership.
Emma Watson certainly offers one of the most moving performances and Logan Lerman , while retaining demonstrated a touching depth and impeccably fit his game as Charlie takes confidence. It is thanks to this dynamic group of three charming misfits , Charlie discovers life , friendship , love and sex, and that we will have a pleasant good time surrounded by the youth of the 90s .