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Shaun Paul Piccinino
Casper Van Dien,
A true love story that spans a lifetime but eventually results in a painful loss of love. Jan is the daughter of an overly protective militant father, but that doesn't stop her from falling love with Steve, a young GI in the Air Force.
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MAYA, has artistic ambitions - her father ED wants: a dutiful daughter to run the family store. Taking her independence a step further, Maya decides to travel to Africa for inspiration and returns with a fiancé.
Amber Stevens West,
A couple years after his wife's death, Jimmy Hope is struggling to move on with his life, at work and at home where he's trying to raise his two daughters alone. Faith Turley is recently divorced and doing her best to cope with the pain of it, but her troubles are compounded by the fact that her life's dream, her dance studio, is in jeopardy of being shut down. To raise funds to save it, she enters a "Pro and a Schmo" dance contest and searches for a partner who's a non-professional. Jimmy's younger daughter Demetra prays every night that her dad will be Faith's dance-contest partner because: "Out house needs a Mommy and our Daddy needs someone to love him." God hears her prayers, and Jimmy and Faith become dance partners. Over the next few months, on and off the dance floor, she teaches him to have hope again; he helps restore her faith; and together they learn how to love again.Written by
Robert Krantz - Screenplay writer Faith, Hope & Love
Faith sends a text message saying Happy Valentine's Day but the date on the phone says December 13. See more »
During the dance competition, Faith's choker tie ribbons at the back of her neck alternate several times from tied in a bow with short tails to no bow with long tails, and back again to tied in a bow. See more »
You know... your go-to moves. Dont you have any moves?
Moves? Me? I'm a dancer, I've got more moves than I know what to do with.
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Cute story. Good Acting. Crazy Camera Angles
The actors did the best they could with the script. They were charming and motivated me to finish the show. The curve of the story was off. I could tell they were trying to be genuine to real life but it made for a confusing movie. I guess life is confusing. But I felt we saw too much of the work in making this movie. So many weird camera close ups and background blurs and cuts. It's like I want this movie to get a do-over without the strange editing and filming choices. Still, I'm grateful anytime people aim for faith building, uplifting media.
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