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A 2nd Chance (2011)

A Second Chance (original title)
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A young girl and her coach overcome adversity to make their way into the National Australian Gymnastics Squad.

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Clay Glen

Writer:

Clay Glen
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Nina Pearce Nina Pearce ... Kate Jones
Adam Tuominen ... Shane Fuller
Emily Morris ... Maddy Cornell
Amy Handley Amy Handley ... Sally Peterson
Carmel Johnson Carmel Johnson ... Beverly Teague
Alanah Gilbert Alanah Gilbert ... Chelsea Smith
Lilly Blacker Lilly Blacker ... Erin Bishop
Hapi Murphy Hapi Murphy ... Joshua Phelps
Elysia Markou Elysia Markou ... Beccy Henson
Sarah Murray Sarah Murray ... Catherine Sims
Julie Kay Lumasag Julie Kay Lumasag ... Kayla Lee (as Julie Kay Lamasag)
David Wilson ... Tom Johannson
David O'Brien David O'Brien ... Pat Cornell
Stephen Weyland Stephen Weyland ... Compere (as Steve Weyland)
Dean Lukin Dean Lukin ... Dean Lukin
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A young girl and her coach overcome adversity to make their way into the National Australian Gymnastics Squad.

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gymnastics | gymnast | tween girl | See All (3) »

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Who will tumble their way to the top? See more »

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Drama | Family | Sport

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for mild thematic elements, and brief language | See all certifications »

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 September 2015 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

A 2nd Chance See more »

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Glenpictures See more »
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One of the first Australian feature films to be acquired by Netflix. See more »

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Referenced in Going for Gold: Behind the Scenes - Cast Interviews (2018) See more »

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Awful message to children
25 June 2015 | by eljuanchySee all my reviews

This film only reinforces stereotypes of the macho society. Women are weak, men are strong. Women are dumb, men are smart. Women are emotional, men are rational. film. The world is not just about winning. The film also reinforces other stereotypes as the rich are bad and the poor always have to sacrifice to achieve success belong to the world. The performances are poor, the script is poor, edition is poor. It could have been a story about how to overcome the obstacles, limits, etc. But instead it only focuses on the difference between being man or woman. Besides all that, it is no dynamic, is not entertaining and due to the structure of the script it ends up being so predictable. I would not let my children watch this.


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