C Me Dance (2009)
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|A teenage dancer in training for the los angeles ballet discovers that she is dying of cancer, only to discover that the devil is real after getting the miracle that she and her father both prayed for.|
Editor's NoteAt first, C ME DANCE appears to be a moving, religious film about a dancer who has a life-threatening illness. But for teenage Sheri, her struggle with a rare blood disease is only the beginning. A night of prayer works a miracle: Sheri is now able to turn people?s hearts toward God. However, her new ability attracts the attention of Satan, and C ME DANCE turns into a haunting but inspirational thriller.
Cast & Crew
|Anna Cehelsky - Producer|
|Kim Hosilyk - Producer|
|Brenda Rossman - Producer|
|Roy Miller - Executive Producer|
|Georgann Miller - Executive Producer|
|Robert Sommer - Director of Photography|
|Stephen Tammearu - Composer|
|Greg Robbins - Screenwriter|
|Greg Robbins - Director|
Customer Reviews of C Me Dance
Let's face it, this film is no "Fireproof." In the beginning I almost wrote it off as some type of teen drama that was borderline annoying due to the corny teen acting. Then, as with characters in this film, I found my attitude towards it transforming as the true message of this movie was slowly revealed along with a very convincing devil.
This film left me scratching my head in a few places. Was that because I lacked the smarts to unravel the complexities or was it simply a case of flaky scenes. I realize the mystical elements will offend some, but'll attract others but this movie perhaps wandered a little over the double yellow line. There is precedent for the Holy Spirit falling on people during times of revival.
C Me Dance12/24/2012
As far as I can recall this movie portrays the most realistic viewpoint of the daily, weekly, battle we all face. I'm sure most people know around the world that evil is real. Evil influences our culture quite a bit, and their is the opposite Love and Holiness. Sheri's ability to convert people seem to be based more on some kind of hypnosis than on actually convincing people.