Sunday, April 13, 2014


The perks of being a wallflower is a film and a book directed by Stephen Chbosky and starring by Logan Lerman, Emma Watson and Ezra Miller.

Logan as Charlie, is fifteen and after the suicide from his best friend he is alone. He lives with her parents, with her pretty and popular sister and his oldest brother, a good football player that he is going to start the university. He will meet two persons who will make his life change.

All the book is narrated by letters that Charlie writes, it seems to be boring, but not, you will feel identified in many cases, it's very real. I read it in one afternoon and then I saw the film. It's incredible, including the music from David Bowie, The Smiths, Imagine Dragons, The Samples, Sonic Youth... I recommend this story to all the teenegers. You will enjoy it!

(We accept the love we think we deserve)


  1. I saw this film and I read the book of the film too, and I think the same as Mar, it's an incredible film. In many cases I feel identified with Charlie, and I think that most of you too. You must see it, trust me, you will enjoy a lot of!!

  2. I agree with Mar and Maria José: this is a very good film. I liked the character of Charlie but Patrick, played by Ezra Miller, is the character that really stole my heart as the one that has all the odds against him, but doesn't give and decides to be who he is, no matter what the others think. He's himself all the time and you've got to respect that.

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  4. I saw this film some moths ago. I think that it tries to show how some people in the university or highschool can be cruel with you and don't let you be yourself. They make you feel like you are diferent, and really, you are! The people who make you feel bad for who you are, are the people who are not too imaginative and only want to hurt the others to feel better with theirselves. In a part of your life we all can be wallflowers, but we will always find someone who has the same interests and undestands us. Really good movie!


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