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FIELD OF VISION

What to know: Through mysterious footage captured on an old video camera, Sinclair HS star quarterback Tyler McFarland learns that some of his teammates have been bullying a troubled new student.
Recommended age 5-15
85 minutes
TV
FRONT PORCH ENTERTAINMENT
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Field of Vision is a great movie about standing up for the truth and always pushing towards your goals.
This movie is very enjoyable; however, the cinematography and visual aspects aren't very impressive because the colors are dull and simple.
My favorite character is Lucy, played by Alyssa Shafer, because she does an excellent job and the character is so caring and always backs up her belief of the "magic" camera even when she is doubted. It is inspiring that she stays with what she knows is true.
My favorite scene would have to be when Cory, played by Joseph Adler, and Lucy exchange books for the first time because her compassion towards him is very sweet. The scene is also important because Lucy becomes very involved in Cory's life later in the film.
I recommend this movie for ages 10 and up because younger children will lose interest in the story line and plot quickly. Also, younger children may not quite get some of the more mature situations. This is a wonderful family film as it gives families a chance to talk about the important issue of bullying.
Overall I give Field of Vision a thumbs up!
By Raven Devanney, age 13, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic
Very inspiring movie that addresses a common problem kids experience today - bullying. The storyline is fairly believable and the outcome pleasing. We see Cory having to struggle with confronting the bullies he has been best friends with since 4th grade and "doing the right thing. When it comes to sacrificing his relationship with his best friends, we wonder what Cory will choose to do. The performances are all quite good, particularly Joe Adler who plays Cory. This isn't a flashy, action adventure film; instead it offers a heartful story about a meaningful topic. We recommend it for ages 10 to 15. And, you'll enjoy the surprise ending.
Through mysterious footage captured on an old video camera, Sinclair HS star quarterback Tyler McFarland learns that some of his teammates have been bullying a troubled new student. As these events unfold, the camera also reveals more surprising footage to Tyler's kid sister Lucy, who must convince her family that the camera's revealing insight is not a product of her imagination. It's a compelling and intriguing story that shows both the challenges and rewards of doing the right thing even when it's tough to do. Starring Faith Ford, Tony Oller, Joseph Adler, Alyssa Shafer and Philip Casnoff. Premiering on NBC June 11 at 8e/7c.
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