Paper Towns

Paper Towns
Paper Towns




109 minutes


Coming of Age, Drama, Romance



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Having longed for Margo since childhood, shy, sensible Quentin, now in his final weeks of high school, is stunned when she draws him into a night of mischief-making. He wakes with his love rekindled only to discover Margo has disappeared. Convinced she has left him clues to find her, Quentin persuades his two similarly cautious friends to set out on a road trip to track her down, on the basis that they will return in time to attend their Prom. While nostalgically touching on the usual high school movie tropes, the film also provides a refreshingly sensitive and witty portrayal of coming-of-age from a teenage boys point of view, without tipping too far over the edge of crude, or consigning the girls to stereotype.


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Moderate sex references, moderate bad language.

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