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At the Top of the Pyramid (2014)

| Family | 2014 (USA)
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A look at courage and friendship, set in the world of passionate young adults.

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Jamie Parker
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Diana Price
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Pam Wilson
Michael Peterson ...
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Marcuss Brown
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Miguel Guerro
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Andrew
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Jefferson Parker
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Principal Dickson
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Glenda Parker
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Terez Neal
Andreu Honeycutt ...
Mason
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Kelly
Maggie McGrath ...
Leigh (as Maggie Gomez-Madonia)
Brianna Montgomery ...
Cindy
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AT THE TOP OF THE PYRAMID is an upbeat, action packed ensemble comedy/drama about a group of young people, who struggle to find the courage to follow their hearts. Filled with music, sports, friendship and romance, it has been described as BRING IT ON meets FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. A character driven dramedy, infused with music, AT THE TOP OF THE PYRAMID is a classic teenage ensemble film. Warm but exciting, the story unfolds into an intense study of family; teenage social hierarchy in that rare place and time of life, and the adults who dare attempt to guide them through it. Although our point of entry is the world of high school cheer leading, AT THE TOP OF THE PYRAMID delves deeply into the psychological surrealism of the dreams, nightmares, fears and insecurities that haunt teenagers, then dramatically climaxes as a chronicle of the power of relationships and the resilience of the human spirit. Led by our heroine, JAMIE PARKER, we participate in her struggle to learn the true meaning ... Written by Richard Willis Jr

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You Can't Run Away From Who You are!

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$1,600,000 (estimated)
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