Such a wonderful and sad movie. There is a writer, who suffers from PTSD who happens to be also a father and there is a son who wants only one thing in life: to play a lot. His father writes him a tale which dissociates them: their relationship forever deteriorates...all because of a fictional story. It was strange to see how this story influenced millions of children and how it made Christopher's life terrible. I felt sorry for him because of the fame and how his parents treated him. It kinda felt like the only person who truly loved him was Olive.
(Yes A.A. played with him but he shut him out several times.)
Speaking of little bit about the movie's visuals, I can frankly say that it was beautiful. The forest and the neighbourhood were all spectacular to see. The soundtrack fit well with the view. It was magical. The acting was also great. Domhnall was amazing as usual, Margot's character was unlikeable - she played the mother so well - and Will Tilston! He was so cute, good and natural. I was surprised when I found out that this was his first role.
All in all I truly recommend to watch this movie. It's so underrated but deserves the recognition.