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Field of Vision (2011)

TV-G | | Drama | TV Movie 11 June 2011
A high-school football player must make a difficult decision regarding bullies.

Director:

Gregg Champion

Writer:

Wesley Bishop
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Faith Ford ... Jody McFarland
Tony Oller ... Tyler McFarland
Joe Adler ... Cory Kimble
Alyssa Shafer ... Lucy McFarland
Philip Casnoff ... Kenny McFarland
L. Warren Young ... Coach Charlie Hall
Dane Davenport ... Nick Burris
Erin Áine ... Crissy (as Erin Smith)
Christopher Marrone ... Murphy
Chris Tavarez ... Alex Brazwell (as Christopher Tavarez)
Katie Adkins ... Meghan
Michael Albanese Michael Albanese ... Defensive Lineman
Linden Ashby ... Ron Dixon
Michael H. Cole ... Peter Curtis
John Collier John Collier ... Football Fan
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Storyline

High school football star Tyler McFarland is poised to lead his team to a state championship, but he faces a dilemma of conscience when he learns that two of his teammates are bullying Cory, a new kid in school. As team captain, Tyler has a responsibility to uphold the squad's moral code, but doing so could jeopardize their chances at state. As for Cory, a foster kid whose mother's death orphaned him at a young age, the disheartening experience with his new classmates solidifies his resolve for a solitary life and encourages him to give up football. Meanwhile, Tyler's sister, Lucy, discovers that an old video camera she received as a gift inexplicably shows her scenes that might help heal Cory's emotional wounds, and Tyler's mom, Jody, who's also the school guidance counselor, attempts to reach out to her new student and offer him hope for the future. Written by Anonymous

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Sometimes being a leader is tougher than winning.

Genres:

Drama

Certificate:

TV-G
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 June 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Magic Eye See more »

Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Very Inspiring, Reviewed by one of our youth film critics
1 June 2011 | by rannynmSee all my reviews

Field of Vision tells the story of a new kid named Corey who transfers to a different high school. He joins the football team there and is bullied by a few of the guys, which causes him to not want to play football anymore. However, the captain of the football team, Tyler, still needs Corey because he is a good player. In order to try to get Corey back on the team, he has to confront the bullies who are also his best friends since 4th grade! Will Corey decide to go back on the team? Find out for yourself. This movie is very inspiring. Tyler learned that it is important to do the right thing, even when it means sacrificing your relationship with your best friends. As with Tyler's mother, Jody, she learned that is always helpful to support someone in need. Jody is the guidance counselor of the high school, but she used to be a teacher who taught Corey's mother! She regrets that she did not help his mother who was pregnant when she was only 18. Now that she sees a struggling student, Corey, she won't let the opportunity pass to help him out. She learned that it is always nice to give a helping hand. If you're wondering how Jody helped Tyler out, watch out for the surprise ending of the movie! I would recommend this movie to kids ages nine and up. It is a great family movie, but younger kids might not understand the complications between the characters and the drama that occurs. Reviewed by Gabriella Chu, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic


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