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Dreams (2013)

Unrated | | Drama | 1 February 2013 (USA)
Mia dreams of singing, Quentin dreams of dancing, Paalo wants to mend the relationship with his daughter and Alonzo hopes to reconnect with his family, but the realities of abuse, failure ... See full summary »

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Joshlyn Camille Lomax ...
Younger Mia
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Detective Jackson
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Mia's Father
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LaShawna
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Mia
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Mr. Welch
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Marlene
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Jermaine
Marvin L. Winans Jr. ...
Donte
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Mia dreams of singing, Quentin dreams of dancing, Paalo wants to mend the relationship with his daughter and Alonzo hopes to reconnect with his family, but the realities of abuse, failure and their broken pasts, as well as a notorious criminal, make the path to their dreams an uphill battle. Set in urban Chicago, these four stories are woven together to create an inspiring tale of the hard work it takes to achieve one's dreams. Written by Anonymous

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Borders on child abuse....
19 June 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The movie is about a few who want to forget their past, but the very first scene that haunts one actor's past is graphically implied and will be very difficult for those who actually faced sexual violations as a child.

This is not a spoiler since it is already under the Parental Guide. In the very beginning of the opening scene, some young children, 7 to 9 years of age are playing. An apparent relative, a large man, calls out to one of the boys and leads him into a small bathroom where the large man begins to undress the boy and caress his face. I find it very disturbing to use children to portray very disturbing scenes which approach child abuse.


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