IS THE NETFLIX MOVIE PURPLE HEARTS BASED ON A REAL EVENT?
Netflix has the ideal treat in store with Purple Hearts if you’re seeking for a palate cleanser after watching the action-packed The Gray Man.
On Friday, July 29, 2022, Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum’s love drama had its Netflix debut. Sofia Carson and Nicholas Galitzine both played the primary roles of Cassie and Luke, respectively.
An aspiring musician enters a marriage of convenience with a Marine who is getting ready to deploy in the novel. However, the fact that they both have divergent origins adds to the tension. However, when they start to fall for one another deeply, serious issues start to arise.
The romance at the (purple) centre of the movie may completely captivate viewers.
IS THE STORY BEHIND PURPLE HEARTS REAL?
No, Purple Hearts is not an accurate portrayal of a true event. However, it is based on the same-titled book by Tess Wakefield, published in 2017.
Purple Hearts represented a change in direction for Tess, who had previously written stories for younger readers. She set out on a study project that informed the novel as she approached a story intended for adults.
In order to get ideas on how to write about Luke’s history of substance abuse, for instance, The Cinemeaholic states that she did study on themes related to addiction and the healthcare system.
She researched music theory to gain a better understanding of Cassie’s expertise and diabetes to more realistically represent Cassie’s disease. She did more research on military law for Luke because it was crucial to the main storyline.
The project required a lot more work as well, including Tess’ choice to meet with the Puerto Rican community in an effort to learn more about conventional family dynamics.
‘Only Netflix is offering Purple Hearts for streaming.