“It’s good to be quiet” ( The Perks of Being a Wallflower ) is an American film adaptation of the eponymous novel by Stephen Chbosky , who directed the film. The premiere took place at the Toronto Film Festival on September 8, 2012. Premiere in Russia - September 20  . The film received the Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Film and made it into the top ten films of the year according to the United States National Film Critics Council .
|The perks of Being a Wallflower|
|The Perks of Being a Wallflower|
|Producer||Lianne Halfon |
|In the main|
|Logan Lerman |
|Film company||Summit entertainment |
|Budget||$ 13 million|
|Fees||$ 33.4 million |
Events in the film develop from August 25, 1991 to June 22, 1992. Epilogue - August 23, 1992.
The main character is Charlie, an introvert teenager. After the death of two people close to him, Aunt Helen and Michael's best friend, he is in a depressed state. Once, going into the classroom, Charlie hears classmates talking about a guy who knows how to listen and understand. In addition, he did not sleep with any of them at the party, although he had such an opportunity. Having learned the address of this guy, Charlie began to write letters to him, setting out his feelings and thoughts, without indicating his address, and changed his names to others and similar ones.
Charlie talks about the strange suicide of his best friend Michael, a new friend in the person of an English teacher, sister and her boyfriend, family. Later, Charlie talks about Patrick, who attends labor lessons with him. Patrick everyone called "No way."
After some time, Charlie meets Sam at school football, later he learns that she is Patrick's half-sister. Charlie tells Sam about her feelings, but Sam has a boyfriend Craig, and she advises to forget about her. Then Patrick tells Charlie about the relationship between boys and girls. Patrick and Sam introduce Charlie to Bob and the whole party. Charlie is trying drugs against her will.
The life of the protagonist changes dramatically after these acquaintances: he finally made new friends and is no longer alone. It turned out that Patrick is gay and is dating a school sports star, Brad. Charlie has the first sexual experience with a party girl named Mary Elizabeth, but, unfortunately, he cannot forget Sam. Once he kisses Sam in front of the whole company, everyone takes the side of Mary Elizabeth, condemn Charlie and stop communicating with him.
Patrick’s relationship with Brad ends as the boyfriend’s father found them together. After this, Brad's friends substitute the “bandwagon” for Patrick, and he falls in full view of the dining room. A fight ensues, witnessed by Charlie. He disconnected, and when he came to his senses, he found out that he got involved in a fight and saved Patrick. Charlie's friendship with Sam and Patrick is renewed.
Sam and Patrick finish school and go to study in another city. On the last night, Sam and Charlie kiss, thereby admitting to each other's feelings. Amid the worries of leaving friends, Charlie again recalls Aunt Helen and blames herself for her death. Charlie's psyche does not stand up, and the young man experiences a nervous breakdown. At the hospital, Charlie agrees to classes with a psychologist and more and more recalls his childhood. Conversations with the doctor help Charlie understand that all these years he subconsciously blamed himself for the death of his beloved aunt Helen, and therefore he suffered mental breakdowns.
At the end of the film, Charlie, Sam and Patrick pass under the same tunnel, which has become for them part of themselves and part of eternity.
|Logan Lerman||Charlie is the son of Mrs. Kelmekis and Mr. Kelmekis, brother of Chris and Candice, Aunt Helen's nephew, Michael's former best friend. Now in love with Sam, but tried to date Mary Elizabeth ..|
|Emma Watson||Sam is Patrick’s half-sister (maternal), Craig’s ex-girlfriend.|
|Ezra Miller||Patrick is Sam's half-brother (Sam's mother married Patrick's father). Patrick is gay, Brad's ex-boyfriend.|
|May whitman||Mary Elizabeth is a Buddhist and punk, the first Charlie girl who is unrequitedly in love with him, Alice's best friend, meets with Craig's friend.|
|Erin Wilhelmy||Alice is Mary Elizabeth's best friend. Alice is from a wealthy family. This girl loves vampires and wants to act in films.|
|Julia Garner||Susan is Charlie's old friend, but they haven't been chatting lately.|
|Johnny simmons||Brad is a hidden gay, former Patrick guy.|
|Rhys Thompson||Craig is Sam's ex-boyfriend.|
|Paul Rudd||Mr. Anderson is a teacher of English literature.|
|Tom Savini||Mr. Callahan is a teacher of labor.|
|Kate walsh||Mrs. Kelmekis is the wife of Mr. Kelmekis, mother of Chris, Charlie and Candice.|
|Dylan McDermott||Mr. Kelmekis is the husband of Mrs. Kelmekis, father of Chris, Charlie and Candice.|
|Melanie Linsky||Helen is Aunt Chris, Charlie and Candice.|
|Zane Holtz||Chris is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kelmekis, the older brother of Charlie and Candice, aunt Nelen's nephew, a university student and a promising baseball player.|
|Nina Dobrev||Candice is the daughter of the Kelmekis, the sister of Charlie and Chris, the niece of Aunt Helen, the girl of Derek.|
|The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)|
|Date of issue||August 1, 2012|
|Genre||Rock , pop rock , soft rock , pop , new wave|
|Label||Atlantic Recording Corporation|
|one.||“Could It Be Another Change?”||The samples||3:27|
|2.||"Come On Eileen"||Dexys midnight runners||4:12|
|five.||"Evensong"||The innocence mission||3:40|
|eight.||Teen Age Riot||Sonic youth||6:57|
|ten.||Pearly-Dewdrops' Drops||Cocteau twins||4:10|
|eleven.||Charlie's Last Letter||Michael brook||1:48|
|12.||"Heroes"||David bowie||6:08 a.m.|
|The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Original Motion Picture Score)|
|Date of issue||September 25, 2012|
|one.||"First Day"||Michael brook||2:32|
|2.||"Home Again"||Michael brook||1:40|
|3.||Charlie Speaks||Michael brook||2:03|
|five.||Charlie's Gifts||Michael brook||0:55|
|6.||Kiss Breakdown||Michael brook||5:12|
|eight.||Charlie's First Kiss||Michael brook||3:34|
- Filming took place in Pittsburgh from May 9 to June 29, 2011. 
- The movie trailer was presented at the MTV Movie Awards on June 3, 2012 in Los Angeles.
- The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Worldwide
- The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012) - Release dates
- Movie Filming In Pittsburgh Wants To Make Your Car A Star (link not available) . Date of treatment July 19, 2011. Archived on August 5, 2012.
- Official movie website . Archived on August 20, 2012.
- “It's Good to Be Quiet” on the Internet Movie Database
- “It's Good to Be Quiet” on the Rotten Tomatoes Website
- “It's Good to Be Quiet” on the Metacritic Website
- “It's Good to Be Quiet” on Box Office Mojo
- It's nice to be quiet (English) on allmovie
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