Set in post-war Britain, Lewis Aldridge is grief-stricken as he finds it hard to deal with the death of his beloved mother. He is put in the care of his emotionally distant father Gilbert, whom he barely knows and who quickly remarries forcing Lewis to bury his feelings. Lewis becomes dependent on his friendship with the neighboring Carmichael girls, Tamsin and Kit who are controlled by their domineering father Dicky.
Hattie Morahan and Greg Wise have both appeared in a Jane Austen adaptation of Sense and Sensibility. Hattie Morahan played Eleanor in the 2008 BBC miniseries, whilst Greg Wise played Willoughby in the 1995 film. See more »
I actually really love the story
You know, past sometime kick brain hard and it make life feels disturbed. In this movie, Lewis Aldridge (George MacKay) is one of many example that proves past can't be forgotten easily. And people around who knew our past acts like we should be strong in life, but in other way, we're weak and can't be helped in harsh/hard way.
Lewis Aldridge also pictures how if someone broken because left by his loved one. And he tries so many times to change himself, but he just can't because it is not easy and his social are giving "f" about him. And the consequences, Lewis overflowing his anger, and sadness in bad way that it make people assuming Lewis is a "d", trashguy, headstone and should never around them.
I never recommend anyone who is in broken watch this. You deserved to be loved, and treated well so you can accept the past and build better future.
I wanna give ten, but the story is still short.
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