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  • Summary: Sheri is invited to dance for the Pittsburgh Ballet at the age of 17. Shortly thereafter, she is diagnosed with a terminal blood disease. Sheri goes into denial and rebels, causing turmoil, pain and anguish for herself and her father. Vince has the biggest challenge of his life with his daughter by keeping her close to God. Helping her live out her dream before dying, counseling her and trying to soften her heart toward God because she is feeling betrayed. All this while keeping himself from falling apart over the fact that the person he loves most in this world is going to die. One night after extensive prayer by Vince and Sheri asking God for strength and clarity of what He wants Sheri to do for Him before she dies, a wonderful miracle happens that causes Sheri to be able to bring people to Christ with absolutely no effort at all. Just as effortlessly, she attracts the interest of the devil—and he’s come for her soul. (Wins Distribution) Expand
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  1. Reviewed by: Gary Goldstein
    Unfortunately, the movie is so rudimentarily written, acted and directed, and its more earthly concerns painted with such a broad, superficial brush, it's hard to be convinced of such key story elements as Sheri's advanced leukemia, her love of ballet and the fact that she and dad Vince (Robbins) are actually father and daughter.
  2. Reviewed by: Luke Y. Thompson
    In 2009, its hilarious ineptitude makes it border on becoming a cult classic for the ages ... and we're not talking religious cult.
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