Saving Zoe Echo must deal with the regular dramas of high school. In addition to grappling with the murder of her older sister, Zoë. But when Echo receives a diary from Zoë’s boyfriend, she begins to untangle the secret life her sister lived.
Noel Murray of the l. a. Times wrote, “But even with the occasional voiceover narration. The film can’t quite replicate the appeal of Noël’s original, where tons of the action is internal. Handling these women’s opinions and feelings. The mystery plot isn’t surprising enough — and it takes a minimum of a couple of good. Jolts to make the cinematic equivalent of a page-turner.
Danielle Solzman of the Solzy at the films wrote,. You’re certainly welcome to offer this film an opportunity but I left Saving Zoë feeling quite bit disappointed. I don’t see this film as being an entire disappointment but i think that it could are executed better. Saving Zoë honestly should have stayed a book.”Jennie Kermode of the attention for Film wrote, “Saving Zoe is, ultimately, a light-weight film a few serious subject.
It’s competently handled and Marano is an efficient lead. It’s likely to hit all the important notes for fans of the book but it does little more. Avoiding risks and thereby failing to seek out a voice of its own. If you’re within the audience then you will find this a satisfying watch but it’ll be unlikely to remain with youWhen we optioned Alyson Noel’s book Saving Zoe ten years ago, we did it because as a mother, as a daughter,
As a sister, and as women we were incredibly moved by a strong story. Now, a decade later, that very same powerful story seems to be more relevant than ever” and “We are ecstatic that arctic fox was as moved today as. .Together, we hope to share a movie that we couldn’t be more pleased with with the worlEcho receives an unlikely gift from Zoë’s old boyfriend: her diary.
Echo is hesitant to read it but can’t put it down after. She gets trapped in Zoë’s (Vanessa Marano) secret life.