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A mother and teenage daughter move to a small town where the mother has landed a position as an assistant principal for the local high school. When the daughter makes the basketball team and sets out to spend an evening with the team members, she never returns home.
This is a Lifetime flick and while a lot of folks hate on these films, I actually like them and appreciate that a lot of them are based on actual events like this one. It isn't a hollywood masterpiece but I thought it was a decent film.
Can I just say this? It is amazing that some people lack empathy. It is also amazing that kids who are raised by these folks can struggle with their sense of morality, yet find the courage to do what is right. Even if it takes a while for them to do it, considering who is raising them and the fact that they are still merely children, they deserve some credit for developing more integrity than their parents.
This isn't an awful film and I enjoyed it for what it was.
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