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Breaking Free! Feature Films For Families
Breaking Free Feature Films For Families
     
     
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Format: DVD
Number of Discs: 1
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Elizabeth B. (bethieof96) from NINETY SIX, SC
Reviewed on 11/26/2013...
Synopsis of Breaking Free

Instead of tearing people down," said Annie, director of a camp for blind kids, "try to build them up. It gets better results." Annie's going to need results, and maybe even a little luck, after she talks Parole Officer Mac Lawton into letting her hire Rick, a juvenile delinquent, to work as a stable boy at her camp. It's only by accident -- literally -- that Rick meets Lindsay, a world-class gymnast. Both are trying to overcome stumbling blocks. For Rick, it's his old friends who are holding him back; For Lindsay, it's facing a world that has suddenly gone dark. But their friendship helps them see beyond the here and now. And maybe they will break free, once they help each other see what they can be.
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Good coming of age family film
Blaine Kenney | 06/05/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"It is good to find these warm hearted films that are safe to show to innocent kids that you want to keep innocent. The story line is realistic enough to engage young minds and to develop personal value systems toward responsible behavior."