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Romantic Comedy

To All the Boys I've Loved Before

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Released: 2014
Author: Jenny Han

To All the Boys I've Loved Before

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Released: 2018
Director: Susan Johnson
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Lara Jean Covey
Lara Jean Covey
Portrayed by: Lana Condor
Peter Kavinsky
Peter Kavinsky
Portrayed by: Noah Centineo
Margo Covey
Margo Covey
Portrayed by: Janel Parrish
Kitty Covey
Kitty Covey
Portrayed by: Anna Cathcart
Christine
Christine
Portrayed by: Madeleine Arthur
Genevieve (Gen)
Genevieve (Gen)
Portrayed by: Emilija Baranac
Josh Sanderson
Josh Sanderson
Portrayed by: Israel Broussard
Dr. Dan Covey
Dr. Dan Covey
Portrayed by: John Corbett
To All the Boys I've Loved Before Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   Kitty admits to sending the love letters and regretted it right away. Kitty sent them because she was mad at Lara Jean for teasing her about liking Josh. Kitty gives the hat box back to Lara Jean and is forgiven. Kitty admits to sending the love letters as she felt Lara Jean was too lonely and needed a boyfriend. Lara Jean is furious, but forgives Kitty; Kitty owes Lara Jean braid crowns for the rest of her life. Kitty is grateful to live to go to 7th grade.
   The teachers search the student's luggage for alcohol. Lara Jean tries to warn Chris, but she already filled a shampoo bottle with tequila; the teachers do not find it. This does not happen in the film.
   Peter takes Lara Jean to the party, does not get a warning from her dad. While dressing for the party, she finds a letter in Margot's closet from Josh that reveals her sister had sex with Josh. Peter shows up while Lara Jean is making cupcakes and reminds her she has to go with a party with him. Her dad interrupts; Peter says he is taking her to a party. Lara Jean's Dad encourages her to go. Dr. Covey tells Peter when they are alone in the kitchen "No drinking, no drugs, no hands". Peter agrees. Nothing about Margot and Josh having sex.
   Margot reveals she broke up with Josh after dinner last night. She claims she is not upset about it as their mom told Margot that she would not be pining over a boyfriend while in college, but she later cries over the breakup. Josh bought a plane ticket to Scotland to visit Margot during Thanksgiving. They argue about it; Margot breaks up with him; Josh is upset. She says that their mother told him before she died years ago that she should not go to college with a boyfriend.
   Peter gives Lara Jean and Kitty a ride in his 2-seat Audi; Kitty sits on Lara Jean's lap. Later on when he gives the girls rides, he uses his mom's mini-van. Lara Jean does not like it that Peter tells Kitty that she is his boyfriend; she does not want her family to know. Peter drives Kitty and Lara Jean to school in his Jeep. Kitty tells Peter he can call her Katherine as they are not friends. He asks her for some of her yogurt drink, he likes it and says he will drive them to school again tomorrow if she gets him more of the drink, She says Peter can call her Kitty. Lara Jean is not concerned that Peter tells Kitty they are dating, but later she realizes that Kitty will be upset after they break up.
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