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Catwalk queen Cara Delevigne impresses in her first leading role as beautiful American teen Margo in this adaptation of the novel by John Green (The Fault In Our Stars). After a life-changing reunion with her childhood neighbour Quentin (Nat Wolff), Margo disappears, leaving a trail of clues. Quentin enlists his geeky gang to track Margo down in this uplifting, authentic teen comedy-drama.
Director: Jake Schreier
Starring: Nat Wolff, Cara Delevingne, Halston Sage, Austin Abrams, Justice Smith, Jaz Sinclair, Cara Buono
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