A boy, Buddy, whose parents have split and whose mother is an actress in New York, has been dumped in the south at the small-town home of some older cousins, all of whom are unmarried. ... See full summary »
In the summer of 1947, a mysterious thirteen-year-old girl, accompanied by her mute mother, seemingly appears from nowhere. When two thirteen-year-old boys fall deeply in love with her, they find themselves on a collision course with one another that could not only destroy their friendship, but take the tiny town of Medda, Alabama with them. Written by
I Have to Dream
Written by J.D. Hinton (as JD Hinton), Rick Solem, and Ross Vannelli
Performed by Jennifer Newman Sharpe
Published by Wide Brim Music, Go Deep Music, Rockwood Music, and Sun and Shadow Music (BMI)
Produced by Ross Vannelli See more »
A children's fable. Lacking the harshness and showing to much love you would find in the real world. Where people say what they should and refrain from what they shouldn't say. No one ends up with their first choice of who they want to be with but end up with something almost as good and that is better than you would find except in a fable. In a small southern town in summer where bad things are easily made better if not good. It's a children's fable. It was a pleasant and almost to sweet a movie.
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