It is 2006, and 19-year-old Renee Yohe has always loved fairy tales: the idea of a princess, a hero and a happily ever after. But her life is that of a darker tale. As she battles with drug addiction, manic depression, self-harm and other life issues, she receives love and support from numerous friends and new acquaintances, including Jamie Tworkowski and David McKenna. When Yohe is turned away from drug rehabilitation, with open wounds from self-cutting making her too great a treatment risk, McKenna takes her into his home for five days of detox, while Tworkowski posts an article on MySpace, titled "To Write Love on Her Arms" (in contrast to Yohe having written "Fuck Up" on her arm, with a razor blade), to fundraise the cost of rehab. Their efforts for Yohe are successful, and leads to Tworkowski founding the charity group To Write Love on Her Arms, offering similar support to other depressed. suicidal, self-harming drug addicts
This was one of the film's leaked during the Sony hack involving the movie "The Interview."
TWLOHA has seen support from celebrities including, but not limited to, Miley Cyrus, Calum Hood, Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Christina Perri and OneRepublic
Kat Dennings and Chad Michael Murray are part of the film and television of Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Kat Dennings is Darcy Lewis in Thor franchise and Chad Michael Murray is Jack Thompson in Agent Carter.
The ex-wife of Chad Michael Murray, Sophia Bush is one of many celebrities who supports campaign.
Two different Marvel Cinematic Universe characters are in this film: Kat Dennings, who plays Darcy Lewis in Thor (2011), Thor: The Dark World (2013), and Chad Michael Hall, who plays Jack Thompson in Agent Carter (2015).
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