Even *this* makes us want to cry
We can't see ourselves holding up very well when Now Is Good is released on September 19th. The film sees Dakota Fanning play Tessa, who gets diagnosed with a terminal illness.
Determined to do everything she possibly can before she ultimately passes *sob*, Tessa goes about losing her virginity, getting drunk, and all the usual things you might expect of someone living out their last days - mixed in with some stealing and drug taking.
But then she goes and big-fat-falls-in-love with Adam, played by Jeremy Irvine, and things get a lot more complicated.
Even from this brand new (and exclusive, heh) poster, we're already welling up a bit.
Check out the trailer below;
Will you be heading to the cinema with your kleenex? Or are you too emotionally fragile?
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