Huma asked:

I know the movie shows Michael as the same age as Jane. But was he a child or a grown-up when he was Jane's imaginary friend during her childhood? In the first chapter, Jane says that he's the handsomest "man" she has ever seen. But that could be because she's retelling her story after [spoilers removed] What do you guys think?

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Stephanie Gutierrez He was a adult because there a part where Jane says that he still looked like he was between the age of 30 or 35.
Bori He was an adult. There is a part that says that he doesn't change that he looks exactly like she remembered him.
pahi He was an adult. I forgot the part where it was mentioned, but yes, it was there.
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