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Go For It!

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Section 49 edición - Enfants Terribles
Country Estados Unidos
Year 2010
Format 35mm
Color / B&W Color
Running time 105 min
Original language Inglés
Director Carmen Marron
Screenplay Carmen Marron
Film Editing John Cognilio, Anthony David
Music Kenny Wood
Art direction Andrew Jesse Gutiérrez
Costume Rosalind Gene Collection
Production Carmen Marron
Production design Allessandro Marvelli
Cast Aimee Garcia (Carmen), Al Bandiero (Frank), Gina Rodríguez (Gina), Derrick Denicola (Jared)
Producer Sparkhope Entertainment
Distribution Company Odin’s Eye Entertainment
Synopsis Although she is a good student, the rebellious attitude of Carmen in her high school does not please her parents, Mexican immigrants living in the US and striving to give her the traditional education they deem most appropriate. But the girl has a secret hobby: street dance, which she does in the undergrounds of Chicago, and which helps her overcome the complicated relationship she has with her parents and the rest of her family. During one of their arguments, Carmen temporarily moves to her best friend’s home where she discovers that her boyfriend abuses her. On the other hand, one of her teachers discovers her dancing talent while rehearsing alone in the park and encourages her to go and audition for a place at a dancing school in California. Carmen shall attempt to leave all her problems behind, to overcome her fears and lack of self-confidence, and to take advantage of the opportunity to make her life dream come true.
Director bio Carmen Marron holds a Master’s in Educational Psychology from the University of Arizona. She wrote the screenplay for her first film while working as a guidance counsellor for high-risk elementary school children in South Phoenix. She then moved to LA to try turning her script into a feature film, which eventually she also directed and produced. In 2010, Go for It! was selected for narrative competition at Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles Latino Film Festival, amongst a few others, receiving three Audience Award recognitions.