Jess and Kendyl cover the film All the Bright Places (2020), how it played with audience focus and expectations, and how fixing someone else doesn't fix you.
Trigger warning: Just like the novel, this episode contains discussion of suicide, depression, mental illness, abuse, grief, and death. Please, keep yourself safe and skip this episode if these topics could be harmful to you. If you do proceed, please keep in mind that we are in no way mental health experts.
Question of the Week: For those that didn't read the book, when did you realize this story was actually more about Finch? When did you realize it wasn't going to have a happy ending? And for everyone, what was your take away from the ending? Was it too much about Violet?
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