Full Screen F. Try Again. Auto Transcript Auto Transcript. Your Transcript. No edited transcript found. Delete edited transcript. Paper Towns. The Best of Me. In a laudable attempt to seem heartfelt without blatant manipulation, the film generally succeeds, Heartfelt, sincere and altogether rather wonderful, The Fault in Our Stars will enchant audiences Woodley and Elgort are gifted in that they exude intelligence, thoughtfulness, and savvy, making s Under the assured direction of Josh Boone, the film earns its emotions without grand manipulative See more about.
Peter van Houten Lotte Verbeek Lidewij Ana Dela Cruz Maria Randy Kovitz Simmons Toni Saladna Gus' Dad Milica Govich Gus' Mom Allegra Carpenter Hostess Emily Peachey Monica Emily Bach Learn more More Like This. Me Before You Drama Romance. The Notebook The Doctors look at one another like "who wants to take that one? Hazel takes that in, nods, tries to pretend it didn't bother her.
Sensitive Michael on the other hand starts to cry a little bit. He grabs Frannie's hand. As Dr. Simmons drones on with some cancer gobbledygook, Hazel's eyes remain firmly fixed on her parents. She hates what she's doing to them. And seeing them holding hands, crying but trying not to cry - it jogs a memory.
It looks like the end for year old Hazel. The doctors get to work. The anaesthetic takes hold and Hazel goes under. But not enough. She falls into her husband's chest.
She tries to shake it off. Simmons can't help himself. He laughs. Everyone looks at him. If the medicine's working, I don't see why -- DR. You're just too sick. And this is like a punch in the gut. Everyone feels horrible now. Maria, Frannie and Michael, and even Hazel. This meeting couldn't have gone worse. She looks miserable. It's clear the last few days have been a big emotional set back. Her phone buzzes. She looks at it. A text from Gus that reads: "ok?
And she doesn't write back. The house phone rings. Michael comes in from another room with the phone in hand. Hazel thinks about it - silently shakes her head, no.
Michael says into the phone. Hazel stands and goes into her bedroom, clearly depressed. And then a second text. Hazel's heart breaks. She can't take it anymore. She picks the phone back up. She texts the following: "I don't know if you'll understand this but I can't see you anymore. I mean I want to. She writes: "I'm a grenade. And then there's more to say. She sends a second text. I can't have that. I'm sorry. He writes back.
Writes back: "Ok. Gus responds: "oh my god, stop flirting with me! She gets her emotions in check. Puts the phone away. The sky - and the circumstances - have cast a grey pall over the day. Looks up at the clouds, threatening rain but not yet delivering it. She sits down in the grass, on the verge of tears. And starts to cry. Just for a few brief moments, she lets herself cry. Then she wipes the tears. Becomes strong again. And makes a decision.
Hazel dials her phone. We hear: GUS O. Hazel Grace! Are you crying, Hazel Grace? What's the matter? I want to go to Amsterdam. And I want him to tell us what happens after the book and I don't want my particular life and also the sky is making me sad and there's this old swing set that my Dad made for me when I was a kid.
It's just Hazel is on the verge of losing it again. A few beats of silence pass by. I demand to see this swing set of tears. Same backyard - only now Hazel is with Gus. Which makes everything better. They both look at the swing set. GUS I see your point.
BEAT That is one sad swing set. Hazel nudges her head onto his shoulder. GUS You do realize Hazel says nothing. GUS All efforts to save me from you will fail. Hazel looks at him.
He's sure not making this easy. GUS Is this about Amsterdam? It's about me. It's about GUS Grenades. GUS I get it. One day you're going to explode in a huge ball of fire and everyone close to you will die in your wake. GUS There's already two people in your life you're going to destroy. Why add a third to that list. Am I right? Gus is silent. He can't argue. They stand there quietly a few more beats, looking out at the swing set.
Until: GUS We have got to do something about this frigging swing set. Gus stands next to her. Gus laughs harder.
Hazel laughs with him. GUS That's why. Hazel looks at him, not understanding. GUS In case you were wondering Hazel absorbs that. Add a URL for another version of the exact same video. Support FshareTV. Information Show reviews. Sorry, you are not able to continue Close. You are now leaving 20thcenturystudios.