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When popular basketball star Justin Kremer starts underperforming in her class, stressed-out high school teacher Trish Fahey has him suspended from the team and chalks it up to bad parenting. Then a mysterious stranger encourages Trish to look at things differently. What will she learn when she steps into Cindy Kremer's shoes? Includes discussion guide. Dove approved. 85 minutes.
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2 Stars Out Of 5
angel character misrepresents
May 16, 2014
interesting concept and the message is good: empathy, seeing what it's like to walk in another's shoes. however, in one scene, the angel character (bonnie) does a provocative dance and is not at all the Biblical picture of angels. although the Bible does say, "..some have entertained angels unawares in entertaining strangers.." (paraphrase). therefor, angels can blend into the human experience unknown to us. they, however, do have their Creator's character and would not do the dance mentioned above. the family movie night series, although very well produced, is generally a relative truth rather than an absolute truth series...somewhat morally confusing.