A WRINKLE IN TIME
Tessering Into Theaters
Madeleine L'Engle's novel "A Wrinkle in Time" has been inspiring readers of
all ages since 1962. Now,
Ava DuVernay's imaginative new adaptation is sure to create legions of new fans
and something epic
and meaningful to last for years to come.
"Meg Murry is an imperfect girl who takes a fantastic journey, not to become
perfect, but to learn to
embrace her flaws," says DuVernay. "Through this journey we reflect on the big
themes in life that
we all share, regardless of where we're from, what we look like and what we
believe. We all know
that love and hate, light and darkness, the themes of our very humanity, are
something that we each
grapple with, something we all share. It's the human struggle...and the human
For actor Storm Reid, it's a story that sends a message to audiences to
always love yourself. "It is
okay to have good days and bad days because that is what makes us human beings,
but do what you
love and don't let anybody tell you that you can't do something," she says.
"What I love about the film is that it has a visual context for light and
darkness," adds producer Jim
Whitaker. "And it has an emotional context for light and darkness, with Meg
going from being dark
inside to ultimately light and strong."
But the concept of darkness versus light represents so much more than just
the battle between good
and evil-it is complacency versus activism, bravery versus cowardice,
conformity and any number of other ideas that are profoundly relevant in our
"Extraordinary can often seem rather ordinary," continues Whitaker. "And Meg
shows us how we ultimately can come to a place where that lightness can overcome
allowing us to bring the best parts of ourselves to the world."
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