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But the central messages of both books — that matters of the heart matter most and that love cannot occur without the possibility of pain — are profound revelations that speak to grownups everywhere.In his screen adaptation of The Giver, director Phillip Noyce (Patriot Games, Rabbit-Proof Fence) and his talented cast do an exquisite job of moving the novel beyond the realm of science fiction.
By contrast, Odeya Rush (The Odd Life of Timothy Green) and Cameron Monaghan (of TV's Shameless) play Jonas' best friends, Fiona and Asher, displaying a brightness that hints at the possibilities of change.
Taylor Swift (yes, the breakup balladeer) is the previous Receiver of Memories, but her inability to handle the agony and ecstasy encoded in her downloaded recollections has gotten her banished, it would seem, from the Community. The costumes and sets — especially the Giver's home on the verge of this societal island — are stunning.
So is Ross Emery's cinematography, which gradually shifts from black and white to full color over the course of the film.
As the Giver transmits his memories (and with them his humanness), Jonas experiences all the pain and joy encoded in them.
Realizing that change must come to the Community, the Giver and Receiver set out together to make it happen.