After a medical setback, Hazel's doctors eventually agree to allow the trip, since they expect that she will soon become incapable of doing anything at all. Hazel and Gus arrive in Amsterdam and are presented with reservations at an expensive restaurant, pre-paid by Van Houten. During the meal, Gus confesses his love for Hazel. The following afternoon, they go to Van Houten's house, but are shocked to find he is a mean-spirited alcoholic.
Lidewij arranged the meeting and their dinner without Van Houten knowing anything about it, saying if he knew he would do anything to stop it. Angered by his assistant's actions, he taunts Hazel for seeking serious answers to a piece of fiction and belittles her medical condition. She leaves, utterly distraught.
Lidewij invites them to go sightseeing to make up for their ruined experience. The three visit the Anne Frank House , where Hazel struggles to climb the house's many stairs. They spend that night together in their hotel and have sex for the first time. The next day Gus tells Hazel that his cancer has returned and spread throughout his body and is terminal.
Hazel is heartbroken, expressing how unfair life can be. After their return to Indianapolis , Gus's health worsens. He is taken to the ICU and realizes he is close to death. Gus invites his blind best friend Isaac and Hazel to his pre-funeral, where they deliver eulogies that they have both prepared. Hazel tells him she would not trade their short time together for anything, since he "gave me a forever within the numbered days. He tells her that Augustus had demanded he attend his funeral to make up for the spoiled trip.
Van Houten tells her that the novel is based on the experiences of his daughter Anna, who died from leukemia at a young age.
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He gives Hazel a piece of paper which she crumples up asking him to leave. Later, talking with Isaac, Hazel learns that Gus had asked Van Houten to help him write a eulogy for her. She retrieves the crumpled paper and reads his words accepting his death and about his love for her. She lies on her back on her lawn looking up at the stars, smiling as she remembers Gus and says: "Okay.
Weber were hired to adapt the novel into a screenplay—their second adaptation for Fox, following Rosaline. Within ten or fifteen seconds of Shailene's audition, I knew she was Hazel. She held up her script pages and just her eyes were peeking over them. The fact that I get to work with these super talented people—I mean, that's part of the reason why, I'm good in the movie, that's the reason. Prior to these announcements, author John Green had tweeted that he would be happy if Mae Whitman played Hazel,  and in February , there had been speculation that Shailene Woodley and Hailee Steinfeld were among those being considered for the lead role.
John Green filmed a cameo appearance ; his scene was cut from the film but is included in the deleted scenes section of the film's DVD and Blu-ray releases. In the cut scene, Green plays the father of a young girl who asks about Hazel's cannula while at the airport. Principal photography began on August 26, , in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Paul's Episcopal Church in the Pittsburgh suburb of Mt. In Amsterdam, three days of filming took place.
Woodley and Elgort were filmed on a canal-side public bench. On July 2, , The Guardian reported that the bench had gone missing, and city officials said they did not know where it was. Amsterdam city spokesman, Stephan van der Hoek said: "It's a bit embarrassing, because we do keep good track of them, but it's gone all right". He promised to install a new bench within weeks. Filming in Pittsburgh included the interior scenes at the Anne Frank House, which was recreated on a soundstage at Pittsburgh Studios located in Churchill, Pennsylvania , in the east suburbs of Pittsburgh.
Author John Green, though an Indianapolis native, was pleased with the selection of Pittsburgh for filming. He commented that. You kind of have to find the city that can be Indianapolis. And Pittsburgh, even though it has a lot of hills, it can be Indianapolis. We just have to find a couple of flat streets.
At the premiere, Green said: "I didn't want to sell it, because Hollywood sucks at making unsentimental movies about illness. After the New York premiere, Evangeline Earl, a student, announced that Green's book, from which the film was adapted, had been inspired by her sister Esther Earl , who had also been an author. Esther had thyroid cancer and died in Every word on that book depends on her. Esther Earl, had used the word "okay" with her sister Abigail.
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He said Woodley's performance as Hazel was "transcendent, pure and authentic", stating that, "she's that memorable. Time magazine's Richard Corliss wrote: "Hazel and Augustus will live in film lore because of the young actors who play them. Dowd of The A. Club gave the film a "B" saying that it is, "blessed with sparks of wit and buoyed by the talents of a charismatic cast.
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I know people who cried at the trailer of the romantic teen cancer movie The Fault in Our Stars —at the movie they'll need a life preserver to keep from drowning in a flood of tears. Me, I didn't cry, though at times my tear ducts tingled; I was on the verge. The film is a little slick for my taste, too engineered. But it's gently directed by Josh Boone and beautifully acted. Whatever the faults, it's not in the stars. Shalini Langer of The Indian Express gave the film two and a half stars and said: "The film is faithful to a fault from the dialogues to the clothes, the setting and the food, even while skipping over some of the unpleasant details.
But for those who are struggling to find their way to meaning and faith, it's not an entirely bad place to start.
The film's studio, 20th Century Fox, mounted an unsuccessful campaign to have Shailene Woodley nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress , as well as the film's adapted screenplay. The event included a screening of the film and a simulcast question-and-answer session with cast and crew, including Woodley, Elgort, Wolff, and Green. In March , actor Sushant Singh Rajput was announced as the male lead in the official Hindi adaptation of the film.
The film also marks the directorial debut of former casting director Mukesh Chhabra. Rahman will compose its music.
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That adage is true for Hazel, who is likely to die before she can legally buy a beer. Her doctor has advised doubling her meds, but the true antidote is a strong dose of luh-uv.
And Augustus is the sweetest Dr. Depression is a side effect of dying. And what is drama — all drama, really — but the story of beautiful people with horrible problems? Skeptical Hazel comes alive at the innocent touch of Augustus, whose charm is as urgent as it is benign. For Hazel, Augustus does both. They may weave the same magic on moviegoers, so smartly does the film enfold this loving couple in the cocoon of evanescent intimacy. In the screenplay by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber — whose scripts for 50o Days of Summer and The Spectacular Now also apotheosized the angst and ecstasy of young love — Hazel and Augustus are all either of them needs.
Though they have become expert at fretful optimism and pre-grieving, the parents can be chaperones but not confidants.