Turtles All the Way Down: A Captivating Romantic Drama

Turtles All the Way Down: A Captivating Romantic Drama

Turtles All the Way Down,’ a 2024 romantic drama film, is based on John Green’s 2017 novel. The film is directed by Hannah Marks and written by Elizabeth Berger and Isaac Aptaker. Starring Isabela Merced, the story of the film revolves around a 16-year-old with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) who sets out to uncover the disappearance of a billionaire.


Sixteen-year-old Aza Holmes (Isabela Merced) navigates life with severe anxiety and OCD, compounded by the death of her father (Jason Kientz) when she was young. Growing distant from her mother (Judy Reyes), Aza finds solace in her friendship with Daisy Ramirez (Cree Cicchino). When Daisy sets her up on a date with her childhood crush, Davis (Felix Mallard), Aza is forced to confront her fears. The situation intensifies when Davis’ father, a millionaire under investigation, goes missing. Daisy convinces Aza to investigate, leading her and Davis to rekindle their relationship. Through this adventure, Aza begins to see the possibilities of love and happiness, even as she struggles with her “thought spirals” and regular therapy sessions with Dr. Singh (Poorna Jagannathan).

Director: Hannah Marks
Screenplay by: Elizabeth Berger, Isaac Aptaker
Based on: Turtles All the Way Down by John Green
Starring: Isabela Merced, Cree Cicchino, Felix Mallard, Maliq Johnson, Poorna Jagannathan, Judy Reyes, J. Smith-Cameron
Cinematography: Brian Burgoyne
Release date: May 2, 2024 (streaming on Max)

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Notably, ‘Turtles All the Way Down‘ is the fifth film adaptation of a John Green novel, following the success of The Fault in Our Stars (2014), Paper Towns (2015), Let It Snow (2019), and Dil Bechara (2020) – the Hindi adaptation of The Fault in Our Stars.

Watch the trailer here for ‘Turtles All the Way Down

Turtles All the Way Down is a heartfelt exploration of mental health, friendship, and the transformative power of love. Don’t miss this touching adaptation, available now on Max.

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