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It's the Christmas season. Widowed Paul Stevenson and his two daughters, fifteen year old Esther Stevenson and ten year old Kassie Stevenson, have just moved to the winter resort town of Heber Valley, Utah, where Paul will be the general manager of the Heber Valley Bank. Kassie in particular is afraid she won't make friends, especially since her school doesn't have a music program. Music and singing is one of her passions, one of the ways she stays connected to the memory of her musician mother. Kassie stumbles upon an injured and abandoned German Shepard, who, with Esther's help, nurses him back to health while hiding the fact of who they eventually name Scoot from their father, who they believe will not let them keep him. But upon finding out about him, Paul does allow them to keep Scoot, who Kassie considers her first real friend in Heber Valley. Kassie is eventually able to use music in the form of the children's choir at the local church to find her place in town. She and the ...Written by
When Kassie enters the church for the first time, Pastor Bailey is giving a sermon while the adult choir sings in the background. When the choir is shown by itself, they are indeed singing the music that is heard, but when the choir is shown in the background with Pastor Bailey giving the sermon in the foreground, the choir members are not mouthing the words to the song being sung. See more »
A good heart warming family movie that can be watched by all ages. The dog in the movie, "Scoot" is a Belgian Malinois (Pronounced as Mal-in'-wah). This breed is primarily used for police work or in the military, not advised to be used as a family pet. This movie turned that breed's characteristic all around by having the Malinois choose a family life over police work! There were several obstacles that were overcome; new kid in town syndrome, kids working together for a common good, foiling an attempt by the bad guys, and of course removing a breed stereo type characteristic from the dog. I particular found it interesting because we are raising a Malinois as a family pet.
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