Director: Marti Noxon
Release: July 14th, 2017
When I first heard about this film, I was expecting something dark. I mean, it’s an eating disorder, after all. I get that a dark eating disorder movie might not be that original to us or helpful to those dealing with this problem, that’s just what I thought we were getting. Instead, this movie looks really positive and like it’ll definitely have a happy ending, what with all the upbeat music and life coaching. I don’t know, is that realistic? Is that the way this works? Does Keanu Reeves save the day by proving to a girl that, in reality, she’s the only one who can save herself? I’m torn, because I’m interested, but I’m not sure I want to watch that.