Tuck Everlasting - Would you drink the water??? Showing 1-21 of 21
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The sky was a ragged blaze of red and pink and orange, and its double trembled on the surface of the pond like color spilled from a paintbox. The sun was dropping fast now, a soft red sliding egg yolk, and already to the east there was a darkening to purple. Winnie, newly brave with her thoughts of being rescued, climbed boldly into the rowboat. The hard heels of her buttoned boots made a hollow banging sound against its wet boards, loud in the warm and breathless quiet. Across the pond a bullfrog spoke a deep note of warning.
The plot revolves around a year-old girl named Winnie Foster , who is from a restrictive upper-class family. She runs away into the forest one day and meets a boy named Jesse Tuck , drinking from a spring. She is then kidnapped by his elder brother, Miles. She soon falls in love with Jesse and later learns that his family can't age or be injured due to drinking water from a magical spring around a hundred years ago. As the search for her continues, the Tucks decide to leave the area and invite her to join them.
Tuck Everlasting is a American film based on Natalie.
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I thought maybe when Mae came back, there was her daughter or husband there to tell the story. But then I realized that I wouldn't drink the water. Being immortal would be terrible, as even after the world ended you would still live. People around you would die and people would get supicious. Nothing would change, and being married to the same person for ever would annoy me seeing if the actually drank they water! Otherwise it would be sad to see them go! What do you think?