Susie salmón was fourteen years old when she was murdered.
The Lovely bones is such a tragic story because at fourteen everything feels unrequited. Susie was old enough that, after her death, she was able to dwell on each element of life that her murderer had taken away.
Peter Jackson’s 2009 adaptation of Alice Sebold’s novel is a wonderful film, littered with powerful performances and beautiful CGI scenery.
You will be able to watch The Lovely bones again and again, but choose your times wisely. The film is best savored during a quiet night-in with no interruptions, when tu can comfortably...