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When Kate meets Danny in an Internet chat-room it looks like it could be the start of a beautiful friendship. But when Kate accidentally leaves her web-cam on, Danny can't help spying on ... See full summary »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Hannah Polland Hannah Polland ... Kate Williams
Samuel Johnathan Samuel Johnathan ... Danny Jones
Matthew Wilkins Matthew Wilkins ... John Williams
Paul Harris Paul Harris ... Daz
Simon Brigwater Simon Brigwater ... The Dance Teacher
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nick Barrett Nick Barrett ... Baldy
Jenny Box Jenny Box ... Crystal
Michelle Hoar Michelle Hoar ... Chantelle
Cameron David Lisney Cameron David Lisney ... Jack
Ben Silver Ben Silver ... Slim
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When Kate meets Danny in an Internet chat-room it looks like it could be the start of a beautiful friendship. But when Kate accidentally leaves her web-cam on, Danny can't help spying on her dancing alone in her room. Convinced that Kate has what it takes to be a success Danny makes it his personal mission to get Kate back on the stage. However as their friendship grows, Kate begins to suspect that Danny is not everything he claims to be. Why did Kate give up dancing in public and what is Danny's reason for being so convinced in Kate's ability? Will they find the courage to be honest with each-other and themselves in this heart-warming coming of age story. Written by This Can Motion Pictures

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Losing something is the first step to finding it...

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Comedy | Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 August 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Finding Their Feet See more »

Filming Locations:

Shropshire, England, UK

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This Can Motion Pictures See more »
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Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)| Dolby Digital (Dolby 2.0)

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Color (High Definition)
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Hannah Polland became pregnant during filming do a double came in to do most of the dancing scenes See more »

Quotes

Danny Jones: All your tellies are fine... You should be very proud of yourself!
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Finding Their Feet - Naomi Govier & The Unstoppable Ticking Sound
Heart and Hands - Sarah Evans-Southall & The Unstoppable Ticking Sound
Alone - Sarah Evans-Southall & The Unstoppable Ticking Sound
Still Waiting - Naomi Govier & The Unstoppable Ticking Sound
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A fun sweet upbeat film
14 December 2010 | by canard78See all my reviews

This is a good, positive, upbeat film, but has enough undertones and social context to make sure it's not so sickly sweet so as to be schmaltz.

The film features two teens on a road of discovery. Their friendship blossoms as they both move out of their difficult situations and learn to enjoy life.

It's tricky to pigeon-hole this film. It's got dance, but isn't a dance film. It's got genuine laugh out loud moments - but isn't a straight comedy. I guess it's a drama - or a comedy drama (a dromedy?). It's also an independent brit-flick - but far more upbeat and 'wholesome' than most indy-British films.

I enjoyed the performances of the three lead characters (Danny, Kate, John). The dance teacher was a bit of a cliché but a side-line. It's a fun film that leaves you smiling. Danny's character is especially endearing.

So why 8/10 stars? The fact that this is clearly an independent UK film on a lower budget means it's bumped up from 7 stars (they've done a lot with what appears to be restricted resources) but equally means it lacks the finesse to be a genuine 10/10 star film.

Although rated 12A - it could very easily have been a PG. There's no bad-language etc. There is some violence, which probably younger viewers might find disturbing if they were watching it on their own. It'll be a while before I let my 7 year old watch it - but 10 or 11+ is probably fine.


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