Wednesday, 19 March 2014


My favorite film is the Noah’s Diary. Nick Cassavetes, who was the director, made this beautiful film. The main characters are Ryan Coslin (Noah) and Rachel McAdams (Allie)

At a modern-day nursing home, an elderly man named Duke begins to read a romantic story from his notebook to a fellow patient.
The story he tells is of a teenager called Allie who goes to Seabrook to spend the summer with her family. Allie met a boy, Noah, in a bar of the fair. Just seeing her Noah knew that they are destinated to live together. She is rich, and he is a poor worker, and during the summer, they fall in love. But the circumstances and the second world war, separated the lovers. Although they were far from each other, Noah was still sending letters to Allie, but she never received those letters because her mother hid the letters. Four years after, Noah returned from the war, Allie with not in his live but in his heart. She had returned to Seabrook, the place where they fell in love, but he didn’t know it. She feels awkward with Lon, who he was a rich solider that she met when she worked in the hospital. Years later, a man reads an old notebook to a woman, who visits regularly in an old people residence. This movie is a gripping history. It’s a film that makes you cry because It is a very beautiful love story

In my opinion, this is an unforgettable film about love. I strongly recommend this film it to people of all ages but from 11-12 years old onwards.

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