The European premiere of Now Is Good took place last night and the cast was out in force to support the movie critics are already calling The Film Most Likely To Leave You Sobbing Like A Baby - or something even more pithy.
The star of the show, Dakota Fanning, was there alongside director Ol Parker and co-star Olivia Williams to perform red carpet duties and discuss a role that sees her showing off a pretty handy English accent.
Fanning doesn't do easy, what with being chased about by alien tripods (War Of The Worlds) and sucked into parallel dimensions (Coraline), but Now Is Good could be the toughest gig of them: a heart-rending drama in which she plays a 17 year-old with leukemia fighting to squeeze the most out of her remaining years.
Now Is Good is out on September. Read Empire's review online.