Haydn’s review published on Letterboxd:
Man. I haven’t felt this deeply pure with with a romance since The Before Trilogy.
It’s surly a film that I felt every honest felling about love, anger, emotional instability, discovering yourself, and trying to redeem yourself despite of your past or what destructive motives might pleg on you.
Miles Teller and Shailine Woolley are too pure for this world. The way they enhabited the honest emotions of being young in love and the troubles that come within one self got to me in so many messed up emotions that I don’t know what to deal with it.
I wished I saw this earlier. But seeing what I’m going with college and the troubles in my life, it’s sort of fiting to watch it now then later.