Movie about the courage of a girl who overcomes challenges that most girls her age do not have to face.
Amazing movie about friendship, family, challenges, and dreams. Not your typical documentary. Intriguing storyline and well made movie. Window into the mind of a young Orthodox Jewish girl with a dream. While it has some of the stylistic aspects of a documentary, the story behind it could have been a story thought up by a screenplay writer. The characters are funny, friendly and completely real. I am amazed at how well the movie turned out and if I could rate it eleven out of ten stars, i would. Major respect to all of the people who worked so hard on this movie, it deserves to go places. Major respect to the Kutin family for just being them. Definitely watch!!! It is completely worth your while. This movie will leave you feeling motivated and might make you want to join a gym.
Reviewed by westsideschl2 / 10
I've played several sports, and coached several sports including females from grades five through college. This DVD seemed to me to be self promotional which concerns me about the extent of a family guiding what should be a play and self discovery exploratory activity done primarily through one's own volition w/it's beneficial learning process. I've seen the rise of grade school tackle football w/age similar cheerleaders & w/catered food trucks for their mostly yelling family members. I've seen the loss of challenges & discovery from what should be kids growing up trying several sports to now guided year around specialization w/personal coaches and Summer camp travels & recruiting by high school coaches. Even televised middle school camps. The shelves stacked w/trophies; the personalized advert clothing are steps in this ego driven material quest. Most concerning is how few end up loving the movement in sport to continue through adulthood, and even more concerning are the accumulated injuries such as micro-tears to cartilage, menisci and ligaments that will affect them later in life.