• Warning: Spoilers
    This is a biopic of JD Salinger, author of "Catcher in the Rye." The film starts in 1939 and follows Salinger's life through college, the war, his PTSD, and publishing battles. Nicholas Hoult did in excellent job in the title role. The film capture the essence of Salinger as well as the turning points in his life that shaped his ideas. Includes first person narration.

    The film had interesting scenes which made statements within themselves. He who which we do not speak once again nails it with his role as Whit Burnett, an early mentor.

    Guide: No sex or nudity. F-word written on mirror in restroom. Don't recall any verbal use.

    I always found fiction to be more truthful than reality- JD Salinger and not a US president.