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Eleanor & Park

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Transcript of Eleanor & Park

Eleanor & Park
By: Rainbow Rowell

Casting
Eleanor Douglas: Jennifer Stone
Park Sheridan: Gerald Anderson
Sabrina: Ashley Judd
Jamie: Matt Letscher
Min Dae: Kim Hye Soo
Richie: Paul Bettany
Tina: Dianna Agron
Changed Aspects
Slow pace of Eleanor and Park's relationship and deepen it

Give more reasons for Tina and Eleanor's tense interactions

Portray Park as a more lonely, lost character

Remove Eleanor's "transformation"
Soundtrack
Heroes by David Bowie
Asleep by The Smiths
Bulletproof Angel by The Goo Goo Dolls
All The Little Lights by Passenger
Focus by Ryan Keen
When the World Breaks Your Heart by The Goo Goo Dolls
Similiarities to "Perks of Being A Wallflower"
both address being a teen
protagonists are also alternative and "lost"
set around the same era
Charlie (the main character) also dealt with abuse during his childhood
both films have unconventional relationships and reflections on the society
Similarities to "The Way Way Back"
the protagonists in both films are teenagers
Duncan (the main character) has a tense relationship with his mother's boyfriend
both films feature how teens create their own worlds when the real one is too painful to live in
the main characters in both movies are shy outcasts
both films display unstable relationships in both Eleanor and Duncan's families
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