Now Is Good
Tessa (Dakota Fanning) has a posh English accent and leukemia, so naturally has written up a list of things she wants to do before she dies. Are we surprised that this prominently features breaking the law, taking drugs and losing her virginity to hunky yet wholesome neighbour Adam? Are we equally surprised that the BBFC warns that the film contains drug use, sex references and references to illness? (Also, two clear uses of strong language and the odd “wanker” and “knob”.)
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