A new Coach takes over the girls cross country program at a private Christian school and sets a goal for them to win the state meet. As they begin to train for this, the top five runners each deal separately with a particular issue in life related to teens. As each of these stories unfold, so does the wisdom of the young Coach as she guides the girls along the pathway of life.Written by
Actor, Cory Holland had the option of auditioning for his choice of the four rival-school coaches in the film. To ensure his casting, he decided to audition for all of them. Having no reader during this time, he noted where each of the four coaches would sit in the scene, set up his son's Elmo doll for an eyeline, donned four different shirts, and filmed his audition. After, Cory edited the entire scene into one video to send to director, Dave Christiano. His email stated that though he'd be happy with any of the four roles, he really wanted the FRA Glenwood Coach role. Cory got the part. See more »
Great movie but it lacks diversity!
Excellent movie with a great Christian message, BUT it was an all white Christian school team competing against other all white school teams. Some how people of other ethnic groups have been conveniently left out. Seems like the movie is subtly promoting not so Christian ideals like racial separation or a white utopian society. Let's do better next time!!
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