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Toe to Toe (2009)

Not Rated | | Drama | 26 February 2010 (USA)
A story about two lacrosse teammates from opposite sides of the track.

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Tosha (as Sonequa Martin)
Samantha Eustace ...
Coach Kacie
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Jesse
Maha Chehlaoui ...
Fatimah
Tuluv Price ...
Pam
Leslie Olabisi ...
Rica
Angel Lucas ...
Lil Stacey
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Leron
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Grandma
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Kevin
Jonnie Marie Horne ...
Aisha
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Miles
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Brenda
Erica Chamblee ...
Kendra
James Kinstle ...
Rick
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A story about two lacrosse teammates from opposite sides of the track.

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Winning isn't always black and white.

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Drama

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Not Rated

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26 February 2010 (USA)  »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$5,205, 28 February 2010, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$21,268, 9 May 2010
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Surprisingly Refreshing
2 June 2011 | by See all my reviews

I truly enjoyed this movie. I am disappointed to see it has been rated so low. However, I am not surprised as this film has two lead female characters who grapple with issues of identity, sexuality, and companionship just to name a few. This film went much deeper than I expected and it was quite refreshing to see an authentic portrayal of teen women that did not involve some form of objectification and/or oppression.

I work with teens and would consider showing this film to the young women that I work with as a teaching and discussion tool. The two actors were excellent in this movie. I was drawn in and found myself invested with both of the lead females. At the end I definitely had some empathy for Jesse. I have worked with many girls who are like her and now have a better understanding of their motivations.

All in all, an excellent movie.


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