After the loss of both parents, 11 years old Oat faces an uncertain future when his older brother must submit to Thailand's annual military draft lottery. See full summary » David, the host of a local gay radio show in Buffalo, New York, struggles with self-doubt when his single sister asks him to be the father figure for her soon to be adopted Brazilian child.This story explores the exceptionally colorful relationship between a brother and sister, and the impact of the spoken word on the human spirit. Without giving anything away (in other words, no "spoiler alert" needed) I can tell you that the film addresses current social issues, but ultimately is about relationships and the importance of family in our lives.In February 2015, it was scheduled to be a TV movie. Baby is the younger of two daughters, and plans to attend Mount Holyoke College to study economics in underdeveloped countries and then enter the Peace Corps.Her father, Jake (Jerry Orbach), is the doctor and friend of Max Kellerman (Jack Weston), the resort proprietor.The show presents the students at the Academy learning the intricacies of ballet and dance, and is primarily shown from Tara's perspective, along with fellow first year students Kat Karamakov (Alicia Banit), Abigail Armstrong (Dena Kaplan), Sammy Lieberman (Tom Green), Christian Reed (Jordan Rodrigues), and third year student Ethan Karamakov (Tim Pocock).Tara arrives at the Academy and finds out that she is considered the worst dancer there.
He lives on the other side of town, in a predominantly Black neighborhood.
For Tara, making friends and earning the respect of her teachers is a challenge. Tara has a crush on Ethan which threatens Tara's friendship with Kat.
To determine which is more important, with Sammy's help, Tara makes a list of pros and cons about Ethan.
See more » During the ballet lessons, the class is dancing. This movie is so true, I mean their are lots of black and white couples, and their's lots of racism in this world, and I think it doesn't matter what color you are!
Although you hear the teacher saying exactly which movements the students should make, you do not see her lips move at all. I love this movie, and it's moving, and intelligent.