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SARA SNOW AND THE SEVEN DANCERS

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SARA SNOW AND THE SEVEN DANCERS is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 12-18
20 minutes
VIDEO
WITH GRACE PRODUCTIONS
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I really enjoy Sara Snow And The Seven Dancers. It is terrific! I like that it talks about something that is very important to know - bullying. Plus, it is a ballet film and the dancing is beautiful.

The storyline is about a girl named Sara (Andrea Matei) and her passion is ballet, but due to certain events, she discovers a passion for something else, which makes her discover that there is a way to include everything and turn it into one thing, plus pass it on to others.

Most importantly, I like the dancing. It is filled with emotion. Second, I like how they deal with bullying. The camerawork is quite good, with lots of angles that show the dancers in every capacity. The audio has some inconsistencies in volume and some background sounds, but it doesn't detract from the film. The film takes place mostly at the ballet studio. The background music is terrific and suits the film. The music makes me feel and understand what is going on inside the different characters' heads. Sara's character development is the focus here. At the beginning, she is sad and insecure and, as the story develops, she becomes stronger. The storyline is full of lessons we can all learn from. My favorite part is when Mia sings. It makes me feel happy. My favorite actor in the film is Andrea Matei - she�s a wonderful dancer and actress. After watching this film, I now search for her and am following her. I�m a big fan!

The message of this film is not to be sad when someone talks badly about you. We need to be strong, protect others and choose the right friends.

I give Sara Snow And The Seven Dancers 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 12 to 18. By Anna Clara B. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

I really enjoy Sara Snow And The Seven Dancers. It is terrific! I like that it talks about something that is very important to know - bullying. Plus, it is a ballet film and the dancing is beautiful.

The storyline is about a girl named Sara (Andrea Matei) and her passion is ballet, but due to certain events, she discovers a passion for something else, which makes her discover that there is a way to include everything and turn it into one thing, plus pass it on to others.

Most importantly, I like the dancing. It is filled with emotion. Second, I like how they deal with bullying. The camerawork is quite good, with lots of angles that show the dancers in every capacity. The audio has some inconsistencies in volume and some background sounds, but it doesn't detract from the film. The film takes place mostly at the ballet studio. The background music is terrific and suits the film. The music makes me feel and understand what is going on inside the different characters' heads. Sara's character development is the focus here. At the beginning, she is sad and insecure and, as the story develops, she becomes stronger. The storyline is full of lessons we can all learn from. My favorite part is when Mia sings. It makes me feel happy. My favorite actor in the film is Andrea Matei - she�s a wonderful dancer and actress. After watching this film, I now search for her and am following her. I�m a big fan!

The message of this film is not to be sad when someone talks badly about you. We need to be strong, protect others and choose the right friends.

I give Sara Snow And The Seven Dancers 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 12 to 18. By Anna Clara B. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

Classically trained ballerina, Sara Snow's unjust dismissal from her studio sets her on a path of reinvention and empowerment. Supported by her friend Mia, Sara is introduced to seven diverse dancers who help awaken her to the beauty in movement and self-expression. It is a film about self-discovery, breaking down barriers and stigmas, and self-acceptance.
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