dimarts, 12 de febrer de 2008


The last weekend I saw the Juno, a film who is nominate to OSCARS.

Juno MacGuff a girl16-year-old discovers she is nine weeks pregnant by her friend and longtime admirer, Paulie Bleeker. Although she initially opts for an abortion, a last minute change of heart leads her to decide to have the baby and make a plan for the child's adoption. With the help of her friend Leah, Juno searches the Pennysaverand finds a couple she feels will provide a suitable home. Along with her father, Mac, Juno meets the couple, Mark and Vanessa Loring, in their expensive home and finalizes the adoption arrangements.

Not long before her baby is due, Juno is once again visiting with Mark when their friendship takes a sudden turn toward something more serious. Mark then confesses that he is leaving Vanessa. Vanessa arrives home and an argument ensues between her and Mark about whether or not it is "bad timing" for them to proceed with the adoption. Shocked and distraught, Juno drives off. She pulls over to cry and soon comes to a decision. Returning to the Lorings' home, she leaves a note for Vanessa.

After a heartfelt discussion with her father, Juno accepts that she loves Paulie and reveals her feelings to him. Later at his track event, when Paulie notices Juno is not in the stands and realizes she must be in labor, he rushes to the hospital to be with her during delivery. Afterward, he comforts Juno and they both agree not to see the baby. Instead, Vanessa comes to the hospital where she alone joyfully claims the newborn boy as a now-single adoptive mother. Above the baby's crib in his new nursery, Vanessa has replaced a portrait of her and Mark with Juno's note, which reads "Vanessa: If you're still in, I'm still in."

In conclusions, I like the film and I think that everybody can see it.

1 comentari:

Barrie ha dit...

Hi Sara, thanks for your post. I think it is a bit too long, since what you were supposed to write was a summary of the film. Anyway, have a look at the mistakes and correct them.