To All the Boys: Always and Forever is a 2021 American teen romantic comedy film directed by Michael Fimognari. The film Produced by Matt Kaplan, Screenplay by Katie Lovejoy and Based on Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han.
This film starring Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart, John Corbett, Sarayu Blue, Madeleine Arthur and Ross Butler in the leading roles.
The film music composed by Joe Wong, Cinematography Michael Fimognari and Edited work done by Michelle Harrison, Joe Klotz, Tamara Meem. This film Distributed by Netflix Release date February 12, 2021.
As Lara Jean Covey prepares to finish high school and grow up. Some of her life-changing travels envision her what life would be like with family, friends and Peter after graduation. The last year of high school takes center stage when Lara Jean returns to Korea after a family trip and reflects on her school plans with and without Peter. In the trailer we learn more about Peter’s admission to Stanford and Lara Jean awaits the results.
When she was rejected by Stanford, Lara Jean had to look for other options. It was shot in Berkley, an hour from Stanford, and New York, 3,000 miles away. Should she choose Berkley for love or New York for herself? A family trip to Seoul and a school trip to New York change the life of Lara Jean’s father, Dan (John Corbett), by marrying neighbor Mrs. Rothschild (Sarayu Blue). There is also a ball with her dance and her dresses.
The drama was filmed during the Covey family’s trip to Seoul, South Korea. It was an opportunity for three siblings Lara Jean, Margot (Janel Parrish) and Kitty (Anna Cathcart) to get out there and connect with their mother’s culture. During the trip, when her father (John Corbett) considers proposing to Trina (Sarayu Blue), they happily accept his blessing from his daughter.
Horizon is full of possibilities, including Lara Jean’s hopes of following Peter to Stanford. However, the likelihood is not certain. When the elementary school of her dreams changes her plans. Lara Jean must learn not only what she wants from her relationship with Peter. But also what she wants for herself and her own school experience.
To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara the most mature and therefore the most entertaining of the three films. As it emphasizes the choices Jean makes for herself rather than the ones she makes towards others. While in the previous stories the self-confidence of the man increased due to his sexual interest.
In this last story he managed to boost his self-confidence precisely because he (albeit with great difficulty) denied the hope of becoming an object of love. Lara Jean was human, not a projection.
The movie’s soundtrack was created by Joe Wong and gave the whole movie a pleasant feel. While Leah Nobellah’s “Beginning Middle End” is by far the winner. Lorraine Carson deserves praise in adulthood: the costumes! From matching headbands to gorgeous dresses and brightly colored dresses.
Carson seems to have been at full throttle with it, giving her an undeniably romantic comedic feel. Maybe we all live in perfect harmony in parallel world and wear the perfect dress in perfectly painted house.