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Midnight Sun [Blu-ray] 
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A heart-breaking tale of love and dreams lost and realised, MIDNIGHT SUN tells the life-affirming story of 17-year-old Katie Price (Bella Thorne, Disney's Shake It Up, The DUFF), sheltered since childhood with a rare disease that makes even the smallest amount of sunlight deadly. During the day she is housebound, but after nightfall, Katie's world opens up, as she is able to venture out to the local train station and play her guitar for travellers. One night, fate intervenes when she meets Charlie (Patrick Schwarzenegger), a high school all-star athlete, whom she has secretly admired for years. She hides her condition from him as the two embark on a uniquely powerful romance over one nearly perfect summer.
Powerful teen romance” – Daily Star
★★★★ – NOW Magazine
★★★★ – The Hollywood News
Delve deeper into the blissful tale of young love as the cast and crew discuss the story, music and Bella Thorne and Patrick Schwarzenegger’s star-crossed lovers.
Midnight Sun: An Inside Look
Featuring interviews with Bella Thorne, Patrick Schwarzenegger and director Scott Speer, this inside look explores the story of Midnight Sun, the importance of music and how Bella and Patrick connected with their characters.
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it's not perfect here and there but overall is worth your time and money plus it had beautiful songs and bella can really sing.
get the dvd and the O.S.T too.
highly recommended if u are in to teen-romantic drama.
grade // 7,5 out of 10
I’m being facetious, of course. I found myself with two serious thoughts here. One, could I survive as she is surviving, alone? Or would I risk death by pushing the boundaries? Two, the sunlight aversion thing apart, the film started me thinking about the wider community of people who, for a multitude of reasons, rarely leave their home. Victims of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, for instance. Or the severely neurotically shy. Or agoraphobics? Or people with severe physical handicaps. When I began to consider the full range of difficulties that beset the home-ridden, the sunlight thing didn’t seem so awful. It’s not good, obviously, and my full sympathies are with Katie who is brilliantly played by Bella Thorne (The DUFF, Blended). What I suppose I’m saying is that I found this film to be thought provoking in a positive way. It’s nicely made with very solid craft in all areas. 4 stars.