But what Soule's script does better than anything, what makes this story compelling, is how well it conveys how important Garland's music is to him. He's desperate for a miracle cure and in denial about his plight not because he's lost his status, fans and privilege, but because he's passionate about making music. The writer achieves a nice balance with the character. It's easy to feel sympathy for him, because he doesn't come off as entitled or spoiled, but at the same time, his single-mindedness and blindness to other threats makes him the villain of his own story as well. Read Full Review
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