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Jodi, the tallest girl in her high school, has always felt uncomfortable in her own skin. But after years of slouching, being made fun of, and avoiding attention at all costs, Jodi finally decides to find the confidence to stand tall.
In one scene, Skye(Maisie Williams) performs a hot towel shave in Pugsly's Barbershop, a popular barbershop in the uptown district, of Kingston, New York. See more »
During the final scene on the plane, Calvin fastens his seatbelt. In the next shot he takes his new journal out of his backpack and places it on his lap, however he is now no longer wearing his seatbelt. These shots were put in the wrong order because when Calvin fastens his seatbelt you can also see that the journal is already in his lap. See more »
Is that a goldfish?
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Take My Hand
Written by Tom Stubbs as (Wolfgang Black) and Cut One
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I recently decided to watch this after having seen Asa Butterfield's role in "Sex Education" on Netflix and thinking he was an amazing actor. His work in this film is no different.
The story lacks substance in some parts, but throughout the movie, you grow attached to the relationship between Butterfield (Calvin) and Maisie Williams (Skye.) The story is cheesy in parts and at times Williams put me off, but there's no denying Butterfield's depth of character in that he conveys emotion so well, albeit awkwardly at times and makes the viewer fond of him.
The film contains some great heart-warming moments, some which we can all identify with while still providing the occasional laugh.
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