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ages 7+ | 40 % Say It's Worth Your Time

Out of Step is a 2002 film about an LDS young woman from Utah who moves to New York, New York to pursue an education in dance at New York University. There, she receives the affections of two young men and must eventually chose between them. The film begins with a narration by Jenny Thomas (Alison Akin Clark) over scenes of a blonde girl dancing as she grows up. She explains that the two most important things in her life are her dancing and her faith (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints). Her mother (Tayva Patch) was always pushing her to do well while her father (Rick Macy) would stand at the finish line and urge her on. The person to whom she is closest is her father, and this comes up several times during the film. Her mother continues to push her to excel in dance, until Jenny decides to pursue her dance education at NYU, then her mother begins pulling her back. Jenny was expecting to have a scholarship to pay for her education. Despite the help and lobbying from her dance instructor, Mr. Rigg (Peter Asle Holden), the scholarship selection committee picks another dancer. Jenny makes a goal to get the scholarship for the spring semester, so she is going to work hard


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Genre: Drama , Romance

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    ages 6+ | Worth Your Time

    This film is fantastic, and totally underrated!! It is the best 'Mormon genre film' ever made, and yet it is so low budget that the screen quality itself is pretty poor (grainy images throughout). That makes it hard to watch, as does the annoying female lead. But the story is terrific and the rest of the cast is strong. Do not miss this one.

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  • ages 6+ | Worth Your Time

    This film is fantastic, and totally underrated!! It is the best 'Mormon genre film' ever made, and yet it is so low budget that the screen quality itself is pretty poor (grainy images throughout). That makes it hard to watch, as does the annoying female lead. But the story is terrific and the rest of the cast is strong. Do not miss this one.

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Okfor ages12+