Fourteen year-old, Hannah, awakes to a momentous day of gifts and attention. She soon realizes that this day of great celebration will turn out to have significant consequences on her future.

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Laken Romine ...
Hannah
Diana Gayl ...
Connie
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Clergyman
Kit Dennis ...
Ezra
Larry Hanes ...
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Halle Pickering ...
Emma
Brooke Pickett ...
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Sierra Schiano ...
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Anastasia Katherine Smith ...
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Hannah isn't yet awake and the household is busy. Her mother is baking a cake; her younger sisters wrap a present that they take into her bedroom and put noisily on the nightstand before running out. She awakes, goes into the bathroom, opens the gift, and puts it on - it's a heart pendant, probably a locket. She changes from her nightgown into a blouse; she's probably 14, at the beginning of puberty. A young woman helps her dress in white. People are assembled outside. For a birthday? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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January 2006 (USA)  »

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$5,000 (estimated)
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Very well made but rather easy to predict
18 February 2008 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Today is a little girl's 14th birthday. As she gets all dressed up and pretties herself for her special day, it's obvious that she is very young--looking like she's at most 14 and appearing very virginal and sweet. This continues and builds for quite some time until the end where this is a bit of a twist. Interestingly enough, during all this there was no dialog at all.

The people that made this little film should have been proud of themselves. It was very well filmed, constructed and the choice of the little girl was absolutely perfect--especially since she still looked like a girl, not a blossoming teen. About the only problem with the film is that it was hard to maintain the momentum because the film, at 6 minutes, actually goes on a bit too long and the ending was a bit predictable. Still, a nice story and a good job by all.


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