February 12 will arrive on Netflix To All The Boys: Always and Forever, the third and final installment of the romantic saga based on the books by Jenny Han. What will happen to Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky this time? To All The Boys: Always and Forever
After the first movie To All The Boys I'Ve Loved Before and the sequel To All The Boys: PS I Still Love You (in Italian, respectively, All Times I Wrote Ti Amo and PS I Love You Still) the saga starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo comes to a close with the third and final film, To All The Boys: Always and Forever (Yours forever).
And in this chapter, the love story between Lara Jean e Peter it will be tested by ... well, by life. In fact, we are in the last year of high school, and our protagonists find themselves having to face the school dance, the choice of the college to enroll in, and many other important events and choices.
Will their relationship be able to come out unscathed?
"It's really cool to be able to see Lara Jean start thinking about her future as an independent woman, regardless of whether her current relationships may or may not follow her in the future."he said Lana Condor a USA Today.
But it will not be Lara Jean alone who will have to try to understand how to orient herself in the world of adults, and which direction to take to ensure a happy future. Peter will have his defining moments too, and the family will play an important role here too.
"You will find out where his insecurities come from, and how he became the person he is now, and get to know him like you never got to."he explains Noah Centineo, anticipating that a lot will have to do with Peter's father (played by Henry Thomas) "In the other movies, you've always seen Peter in the company of Lara Jean, but in this one you will see him more on his own, and then with his father, and it's really cool.".
How will the story end? We will only find out on February 12th. Meanwhile at the head of the news you can find the movie trailer.