I hadn’t read “A Wrinkle in Time” since elementary school, and sadly, didn’t remember much of it.
I have a rule about seeing movies before I read the book, I just won’t do it. If there’s a book to read, I have to read it before I see the movie. Sometimes that’s bad because sometimes it completely ruins the movie, a film rarely compares to the literary work of art.
But sometimes, it’s a beautiful thing.
I picked “A Wrinkle in Time” up from an old fashioned book store a few months ago and took my time picking it up to read. I read one chapter here, another chapter there, and then on this last trip to California, I completely devoured it, finishing it on my second flight.
As more clips come out from the upcoming film, I can see how absolutely beautiful it is going to be, with just-right artistic representations of the characters from the book.
I wish I could find a wrinkle in time
so that March 19, 2018 would already here and I could sit in a darkened theater to gaze upon its beauty and introduce my children to this story about love and light.
But in the meantime, a new trailer.