Netflix’s newest release, All The Bright Places, is said to be a “moving romantic drama that tells a tale about grief and a budding romance,” according to the Los Angeles Times. The film is a follow-up to the director, Brett Haley‘s Hearts Beat Loud.
Granted that laughter is the best medicine, the scriptwriters called on Keegan-Michael Key to play a high school guidance counselor named Mr. Embry. The cast-list also includes Justice Smith (Theodore Finch), Elle Fanning (Violet Markey), Luke Wilson (James), Kelli O’Hara (Sheryl), Lamar Johnson (Charlie), and Felix Mallard (Roamer), to name a few. All The Bright Places is based on a novel by Jennifer Niven.