A tear-inducing story, which illustrates the last years of a terminally ill girl’s life, Now Is Good is available from Tesco. Embodying a hopeful message, this film is a vivid representation of what it means to live life to the fullest. 17-year-old Tessa (Dakota Fanning), who was diagnosed with leukaemia at 13, refuses to submit herself to a deteriorating treatment and courageously opts to face her disease. As she enjoys the pleasures of a teenager’s life, she will eventually meet Adam (Jeremy Irvine), the typical boy-next-door. Based on Jenny Downham’s book, Before I Die, Now Is Good is a fabulous tale of decay and excess, with solid acting and all the dramatic turns only intense love stories have.