Me Before You

A small town girl is caught between dead-end jobs. A high-profile, successful man becomes wheelchair bound following an accident. The man decides his life is not worth living until the girl is hired for six months to be his new caretaker. Worlds apart and trapped together by circumstance, the two get off to a rocky start. But the girl becomes determined to prove to the man that life is worth living and as they embark on a series of adventures together, each finds their world changing in ways neither of them could begin to imagine.

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Film Cast:

  • Louisa ‘Lou’ Clark: Emilia Clarke
  • William ‘Will’ Traynor: Sam Claflin
  • Camilla Traynor: Janet McTeer
  • Stephen Traynor: Charles Dance
  • Bernard Clark: Brendan Coyle
  • Katrina ‘Treena’ Clark: Jenna Coleman
  • Patrick: Matthew Lewis
  • Josie Clark: Samantha Spiro
  • Nathan: Stephen Peacocke
  • Alicia Dewar: Vanessa Kirby
  • Rupert Freshwell: Ben Lloyd-Hughes
  • Mary Rawlinson: Joanna Lumley
  • Karen: Lily Travers
  • Grandad: Alan Breck
  • Café Customer: Eileen Dunwoodie
  • Frank: Pablo Raybould
  • Daphne: Gabrielle Downey
  • Thomas Clark: Henri Charles
  • Syed: Muzz Khan
  • Freddie Foster: Richard Goulding
  • Sharon the Waitress: Diane Morgan
  • Michael Lawler: Stephen Chance
  • Hotel Receptionist: Sharon Cherry Ballard
  • Mauritian Waiter: Chuku Modu
  • Anna: Verity Marshall
  • French Waiter: Manuel Severi

Film Crew:

  • Editor: John Wilson
  • Director of Photography: Remi Adefarasin
  • Producer: Karen Rosenfelt
  • Original Music Composer: Craig Armstrong
  • Production Design: Andrew McAlpine
  • Producer: Alison Owen
  • Costume Design: Jill Taylor
  • Casting: Kate Dowd
  • Supervising Art Director: Nick Dent
  • Production Sound Mixer: Tim Fraser
  • Set Decoration: Sara Wan
  • Unit Production Manager: Sue Baden-Powell
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Charlotte Sewell
  • Screenplay: Scott Neustadter
  • Screenplay: Michael H. Weber
  • Line Producer: Joan Schneider
  • Director: Thea Sharrock
  • Still Photographer: Alex Bailey
  • Costume Supervisor: Gabrielle Spanswick
  • Construction Coordinator: Nicky Ackland-Snow
  • Property Master: Nick Thomas
  • Novel: Jojo Moyes
  • Art Direction: Rebecca Milton
  • Rigging Gaffer: Ben Wilson
  • Script Supervisor: Sue Field
  • Key Hair Stylist: Rachael Speke
  • Gaffer: Jimmy Wilson
  • Assistant Art Director: Lauren Briggs-Miller
  • Key Hair Stylist: Emanuel Millar
  • Music Supervisor: Karen Elliott
  • Casting Associate: Clare Harlow
  • Storyboard Artist: Tony Chance
  • Art Department Coordinator: Anna Thomas
  • Prop Maker: John Venables
  • Choreographer: Drew McOnie
  • Production Supervisor: Emma Mallett
  • Production Coordinator: Lizzie Bull
  • Boom Operator: Ben Collinson
  • Cableman: Mark Elson
  • Lighting Technician: Joe Knight
  • Lighting Technician: Martyn Welland
  • Painter: Gerald Hewitt
  • Standby Painter: Mark Harris
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Hayley Williams
  • Location Manager: Paul Tomlinson
  • Unit Manager: James Buxton
  • Lighting Technician: Billy Dunn

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: **Changing one’s fixed mind is not an easy task.**

    Based on the novel of the same name, directed by a new lady filmmaker. This British film has two young sensation Sam Claflin and Emilia Clarke in the important roles. The story of a young man who was paralysed recently meets his new caretaker. Initially they both won’t fit for each other, but after some time everything changes when they together do some outdoor activities. While the film progress, it only gets more emotional. Besides, it’s fun watching the first two acts, particularly the performances from both the lead strikes strongly.

    After a very long time I watched a good tearjerker, but not that strong. It is a simple story, there’s no big adventure or romance in it. That’s right, it is not a romance film and if you decide to watch expecting one, you will be definitely disappointed. Also slightly it delivers a bad message like the negativity for being one seriously ill and alive. This issue is only on the humanity ground, but afterall everyone entitled to do what they want, because it’s their life.

    Anyway, the film avoids the usual cliché. Like there’s no scene that you had seen in other similar theme repeats here. Deliberately avoided to make it a fresh piece. Basically, if you observe closely the both two lead characters, they had a different agenda about their life. Particularly the caretaker never ever tried anything seriously to accomplish her undertaking.

    On the other hand, those parts were very realistic, but still gives us a cinematic experience due to the fancy screen presentation. Surely a good watch, I think everyone should watch it, because there’s no drugs, sexes or nudes or even the strong kissing scenes. Only the main theme is something disturbing, particularly for the tender-hearted people. Other than that, I hope you watch it if you haven’t yet.


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