The production design behind the film helps create an ambiance of sadness and despair that changes to bring out the light and happiness within the scene. The scene is set up in a church. The characters are sitting within the pews, giving their eulogies to Augustus, with sad, dramatic music playing in the background. All three teenagers appear to be somewhat handicap: Augustus with his wheelchair, Hazel with her oxygen tank, and Isaac (Nat Wolff) with his walking stick and sunglasses. Both Augustus and Hazel appear ill and weak. Isaac appears helpless, not able to see. The director wants this scene to come off as morbid. He wants the audience to feel sad and depressed. Loved ones are ...
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...ort term or long term, is worthwhile and should not be taken for granted. The characters within The Fault in Our Stars are able to find joy within the terrible world they have lived in and even in the most devastating scenes, bring happiness and love into the film. The audience is able to appreciate and understand how much of a blessing life is and knowing that when one goes to sleep at night, the next morning they will wake up healthy and alright. If people who do not have this luxury of security and livelihood are able to remain hopeful in the world, the people who are lucky enough to have this luxury must not take advantage of it. Live life and take in each special moment. Appreciate the little things, because one day they will be gone and when leaving the world, it is much better to leave happy about one’s time spent on earth rather than sad about the end.
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